Picture Books At The Library 198 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. Curious, creative, caring kids feature in this week’s list of picture books At The Library! ALBERT’S QUIET QUEST: When Albert settles into a quiet spot to read, he’s interrupted by a steady stream of rowdy friends who just want him to play. HEY, DOG: A boy cares for, feeds, and helps an abused stray dog to learn to trust humans again. A QUIETER STORY: A girl pens an adventure for her pet kitten, but after his fearful reaction she realizes her next story should probably have a little less pizzazz. MY PUPPY PATCH: A young girl takes her new puppy out for its first walk beyond the garden gate, practicing commands as they go. GHOST CAT: A boy who used to have a cat believes that its ghost is darting through his house by day and purring in his bed at night. NOPE. NEVER. NOT FOR ME!: When she and her mom add a little fun and exploration to their meal, a little girl discovers that trying something new may not be so terrible after all. ROCKET SAYS LOOK UP!: A girl named Rocket is excited about the meteor shower that will be visible tonight and wants the whole community to be excited too, especially her big brother Jamal. HOW TO BE ON THE MOON: Anna and Crocodile are going to need a lot of patience and plenty of sandwiches if they’re going to rocket to the moon. Sharing is CaringEmailFacebookTwitterMorePinterestPocketLinkedInRedditTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Plenty of books you shared here that look so good! Thanks, L! Always love looking at your lists.
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