Here’s a list of adorable board books to snuggle up with, featuring fuzzy bunnies and curious chicks that will get you ready for Spring surprises.
Which five words best describe your new picture book Honey?
David Ezra Stein: Wanting. Waiting. Forgetting. Getting! Losing.
Readers are sure to be left fascinated and a little bit wiser after reading My Awesome Summer by P. Mantis, by Paul Meisel.
Dig In!, by Cindy Jenson-Elliott is all about digging in and getting to know our own little part of the planet.
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.
Spring is here, the season of regeneration that brings plenty of flowers with nectar which worker bees gather and convert into honey. The Children’s Book Review’s best selling picture book for this month is full of information on the wonderful and very much under-appreciated honeybees, The Life and Times of the Honeybee by Charles Micucci.
This fast-moving tale touches on various themes including renewal, regrowth and unexpected challenges.
From bunnies to eggs to butterflies to chicks and even a spring shower, these books that have been selected all harness some kind of special spring power and celebrate Easter in its secular form.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rphgLYcBXV0 Books and Articles Featuring Eric Carle The Best New Audiobooks for Picture Book Lovers This month’s selection of titles…
When a classroom pet—Cesar, a green iguana—is left alone for spring break, he becomes a “puddle of sadness.” Once Cesar puts the moping aside, he decides to go on his own journey, documenting his daily activities in a journal.