if you’re looking for something that has the ambiance of Halloween without being holiday specific, Bonaparte, Zombelina and Ghost Cat are good options.
If your kids are fans of How to Catch a Leprechaun and How to Catch an Elf then you’ll probably want to add How to Catch a Monster to your collection.
Like its predecessor, Sue Lowell Gallion and Joyce Wan’s Pug & Pig Trick-or-Treat offers sparse text that serves as a framework for charming illustrations.
Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s picture book That’s Me Loving You celebrates a parent’s love for a child in all things big and small.
Whether you are looking for something to celebrate Easter or just welcome spring, these picture books are a great option for the young reader in your life.
I’m normally a fan of Scholastic’s learning materials. However, I have mixed feelings about two of the publisher’s latest Pre-K products.