Browsing: picture books
I’m always excited when I get an email from the publicists at IPG. Their books are often more unique than the usual fare. “Legs: The Tale of a Very Small Meerkat” and “Missing Jack” are no different.
“Calling All Cars” is bright with text that rolls right off your tongue. Sue Fliess packs a lot into her text and Sarah Beise’s illustrations are charming.
Sometimes you have to put what you love on hold for something else, but for “The Typewriter” author Bill Thomson, the nearly 20-year wait paid off.
“Firebird” and “A Dance Like Starlight” highlight the strides black women have made in the ballet world and serve as examples for budding ballerinas of all colors.
It’s never too soon to expose your child to classical music, and “Welcome to the Symphony” by by Carolyn Sloan and James Williamson is a perfect way to do that.
“How to Mend a Heart” by Sara Gillingham aims to help children identify and cope with the first moments of heartbreak.