We’ve got you covered with the five laugh-out-loud chapter books listed here, all written by award-winning authors and peppered with illustrations.
Browsing: Marla Frazee
Liz Garton Scanlon and Audrey Verdick share three each of their family favorite kids books!
Topping off the list of best selling picture books from our affiliate store this month is Nate Ball’s Let’s Investigate with Nate: Book One: The Water Cycle.
32 New Release Picture Books: Yes, you read that correctly. We have 32 excellent picture books to share with you this month. And there were so many more that we could have included, too!
We’ve narrowed our best-of-the-best picture book list down to 13 picture books that we feel represent the best of November.
Just when we were thinking we’d make things easier for you by creating a shorter “Best New Kids Books” list, April has arrived and it boasts some of the best books of the whole entire year.
In looking at the list, the common themes seem to be naughtiness and humor—especially of the silly, slapstick variety. So here goes:
If your young independent reader is looking for a great read with a wonderful girl protagonist, or maybe she’s looking for a new series to latch onto, you can’t go wrong with either of these two books or their prequels.
SUE FLIESS is the author of numerous books for children including Tons of Trucks and A Dress for Me! She’s also a freelance writer and a copywriter for a high-tech company, and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, two sons, and a rescued Lab named Teddy. Her next Little Golden Book, How to Be a Pirate, will be published in Spring 2014.
Sara Pennypacker’s CLEMENTINE AND THE SPRING TRIP; illustrated by Marla Frazee.