Picture Books At The Library 197

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.

50/50 rhyme and prose in this batch of picture books AT THE LIBRARY!

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LIKE A GIRL: Twenty-four inspiring women encourage young readers to stand up, prevail, create, soar, train, and change the world like a girl. Rhyme
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LILI MACARONI: When Lili goes to school, she is teased about her red hair, her laugh, and her last name, which makes her heart ache, until she tells the whole class how she feels.
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THE RANGER: A ranger named Annie helps a wounded fox, who returns the favor a few days later.
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LOOK! I WROTE A BOOK!: A girl teaches us how to write a book, from coming up with ideas to writing the story to selling your finished book.
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HIDE AND SEEK: When the moon rises in the night sky, the DeVillechild twins are missing from their painting, and the rest of the Shiverhawk children set out in search of the girls. Rhyme
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MAX ATTACKS: Max, a feisty cat, is on the prowl, attacking curtains, socks, and shoelaces, but it’s the swishy fish he really wants. Rhyme
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MOTH: Peppered moths adapt to the ever-changing world in order to survive.
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TANGLED: Several shapes get tangled and stuck inside a jungle gym and it’s up to a clever straight line to help them. Rhyme
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THE GREAT GRAN PLAN: When a little pig discovers the big, bad wolf’s plan to gobble up Little Red’s granny, he makes a plan of his own to save her. Rhyme
ULTRABOT’S FIRST PLAYDATE: When Ultrabot has his first playdate, he is worried and shy, but soon learns that he and Becky have a lot in common.

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