The following bedtime books offer a chance for laughs and love, and will entertain adults and children alike. Books selected by author Lauren H. Kerstein.
Browsing: Two Lions
Which five words best describe Tabitha and Fritz Trade Places?
Katie Frawley: Funny, adventuresome, bright, surprising, and sweet!
Award-winning team Anna Kang and Christopher Weyant talk about Hudson and Tallulah Take Sides.
Annelouise Mahoney, creator of the bedtime picture book Julius and Macy: A Very Brave Night, gives us a peek inside her studio.
Here we get to know all about Maureen Wright’s writing and reading life, as well as her new picture book Super Rooster Saves the Day—a hilarious farmyard romp!
Kataneh Vahdani is a children’s book author and illustrator. Kat and Juju is her first picture book series.
For our tenth installment of the “Learn to Draw on TCBR” series, director, storyteller, professor, and mama bird Kataneh Vahdani teaches us how to draw both Kat and Juju from their namesake picture book Kat and Juju.
Which five words best describe World So Wide?
Alison McGhee: Wonder. Love. New. Gentle. Family.
Ged Adamson’s picture books include A Fox Found a Box; Douglas, You Need Glasses!; Shark Dog!; Ava and the Rainbow (Who Stayed); and Bird Hugs!
Your young readers are going to love these five splashtacular kids’ books about bathtime. Dive right in and read away!