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.) Check your local library or bookstore for availability.
Wow! I can’t believe this is my 100th Picture Books At The Library post! I enjoy sharing the new titles my library acquires and some of you have told me that my lists have been useful to you. And that makes me happy! So without further delay, let’s take a look at this week’s batch of beautiful picture books.
A mama bunny tries desperately to get her little ones to settle down and go to sleep.
Sloppy the tree dragon wants a hug, but Dewdrop the sprite isn’t going to give him one, for a very good reason.
Trapped by a flash flood with the ox bearing all her community’s rice seedlings, Malini is afraid and wants to run, but the rice must be saved.
What do you do at a county fair? Count chickens, of course. They’re everywhere!
Captain Alfred is sailing home when his boat is caught in a mighty storm. Everything aboard is flung into the sea , including a very special egg.
Nobody is watching. Now’s the perfect chance. Ready bunny.Steady bunny. Every bunny dance.
Bunny hatches a plan to bring the joy of reading to all his forest friends.
Little Louie has the worst cold ever. All he wants is his mom, but every time he calls for her, Bob the dog comes running instead.
When Elephant takes a walk with his green umbrella, he’s interrupted by Hedgehog, Cat, Bear, and Rabbit, all claiming that his umbrella belongs to them.
Bear likes jam so much that he forgets to share it and he even sneaks it when he’s not supposed to.
Antoinette the poodle gets the chance to discover what makes her special when puppy Ooh-La-La goes missing.
4 thoughts on “Picture Books At The Library 100”
100! That is fantastic. Thanks for sharing all of these great books. Do you know how many different books you have shared?
I started the lists in October of 2014. But I never kept track of numbers. It tends to be different each week–anywhere from 6 to 25 new titles depending. I’d have to say at least a couple thousand, if I had to guess.
So many wonderful books to choose from. I may start with the book on counting chickens. My youngest loves chickens!
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Your youngest won’t be disappointed; it’s overflowing with chickens! 🙂