They can't win Caldecotts since their artists weren't born in the States and don't live here currently. Even so, let's honor these beautiful books that hit U.S. shores in 2023.
With more oomph and spit than a little book of this sort could possibly contain, Maggie represents the kind of slambang, fantastic personality you find only once in a blue moon. You’re not going to want to miss this one.
Amusing, sweet, and strange. A wondrous mix of the familiar with the utterly original. Meet Olive for yourself.
“Make no more clouds. I have drawn the rainbow here.” Attend the tale of Bea Wolf, and a better comic for kids you're unlikely to find anywhere.
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Today you'll get holidays like Three Kings Day, Ramadan, Halloween, Yom Kippur, Dia De Los Muertos, and even Christmas Eve alongside the usual suspects.
"Weird with heart!" Kate warms up to the 30th anniversary edition release of a little cult classic, entirely befitting of the name. Prepare your heartstrings to be tugged.
I am pleased to announce that today's list is for the simplest of picture books. Not books for kids first learning to read but that know how to put a minimal number of words on a page.
A truly great readaloud can work just as well for 400 kids as it can for one. It just has to have something about it that engages and interacts with its audience. Today we celebrate some great ones.
Behold! A list of baby board books, preschooler board books, and board books that are either reprints or adapted picture books. Enjoy them all!
Tomorrow we'll see the annual release of the 31 Days, 31 Lists titles. What will be included? Will you like the books? Hate them? It's all possible!
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