Picture Books At The Library 196

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.
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LULA AND THE SEA MONSTER: Lula’s family must leave their beloved house on the beach, but Bean, a tiny creature she rescued from a seagull doesn’t want her to go.
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THE KING OF KINDERGARTEN: A young boy, full of confidence on his first day of kindergarten, has a great day.
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PAINT IT OUT!: Horse wants to paint a mural, but Buggy says they need a plan. Easy Reader
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THE PAWED PIPER: A girl longs for a cat, so she lays a trail leading to her room, and in the morning she’s surprised to find more than sixty-seven furry friends.
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ONE DARK BIRD: A single starling is joined by hundreds more, and together they dance across the sky. Rhyme
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LEILA IN SAFFRON: Shy and unsure of herself, Leila seeks out the characteristics that make up her unique identity, and finds reasons to feel proud of who she is.
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TRAINS RUN!: A celebration of all types of trains, from how they run to the sounds they make. Rhyme
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MY BIG BAD MONSTER: A girl learns to overcome the monster of self-doubt with a little creativity and the help of some friends.
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BUNNY IN THE MIDDLE: Celebrates the ups and downs of being a middle child, especially being not too small for the big stuff and not too big for the small stuff.
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I AM A TIGER: Mouse believes he’s a tiger and convinces the other animals he’s one, too, until a real tiger shows up.
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LITTLE RED READING HOOD AND THE MISREAD WOLF: When Little Red Reading Hood sets off to take her sick grandmother a treat, she meets a wolf who’s after something else she’s carrying in her basket.
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LET’S SCARE BEAR: Mouse, Fox, Snake, and Spider try to frighten Bear, the biggest, loudest, bravest, strongest–and possibly trickiest–animal in the forest.

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