I catalog hundreds of new picture books each year, and I read as many of them as I can. Unfortunately, I can’t review them all, but I can share them. Below are a few recent titles. (Summaries have been taken directly from the books whenever possible.)
Peep can’t wait for Egg to hatch. They will have so much fun together! But Egg isn’t quite ready yet.
Sophie and her mother make very special treats for their party, but Sophie worries there won’t be one left for her.
This book encourages kids to pair shapes together to make new forms.
It’s early morning in the jungle, and Little Gorilla is not happy. Someone has woken him up, but who?
Illustrations and rhyming text follow a small group of tadpoles as they undergo a change, from tiny, tailed swimmers to leaping frogs.
Alan comes from a long line of very scary alligators. But what will happen when his big secret gets out?
This variation of the nursery rhyme features a chaotic household of children and pets who live in a shoe, and who know how to repair, remake, reuse, and recycle.
Look for Big Bunny all over town. He passes the museum, the toy store, the library and the construction site.
Explore the wonderful world of cars zipping up and down, fast and slow. Cruise alongside cars of all kinds.
A motley crew comes to the rescue of a dragon in pain, but it’s a clever little girl who saves the day and everyone else.
When Ava and her giant cat run out of things to do, they invent their own games and have a rainy play day that is absolutely purr-fect.