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The Children's Book Review | March 1, 2017 24 New Release Picture Books From a heartwarming story about finding the courage to make a friend, to an exuberantly colorful Lucy Cousins book, to a Newbery Medalist and Caldecott Medalist collaboration, to a story about courage and cultural legacy, our selection of

The Children’s Book Review
Published: August 30, 2013

CarnivoresEnter to win a Carnivores (written by Caldecott Honoree Aaron Reynolds and illustrated by the hilarious Dan Santat) prize pack!

“I’m not bad…eating meat is just what I do”

One (1) winner receives:

  • Carnivores Book
  • Carnivores Poster
  • Carnivores Bookmarks

Giveaway begins August 30, 2013, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends September 27, 2013, at 11:59 P.M. PST.

Reading level: Ages 4-8

Hardcover: 40 pages

Made by Dad: 67 Blueprints for Making Cool Stuff By Scott Bedford Age Range: 5 - 99 Paperback: 336 pages Publisher: Workman Publishing Company (May 7, 2013) Star Wars: Vader's Little Princess  By Jeffrey Brown Age Range: 4 and up Hardcover: 64 pages Publisher: Chronicle Books (April 23, 2013) My Dad Is the Best Playground  By Luciana Navarro Powell Age Range: 0-4 Board book: 26 pages Publisher: Robin Corey

The Children’s Book Review
Published: May 13, 2013

BecauseImYourDadEnter to win one of two copies of Because I’m Your Dad by Ahmet Zappa; illustrated by Dan Santat.

“Because I’m your dad, you can have spaghetti for breakfast, French toast for dinner, and rocky road ice cream in the bathtub.”

Giveaway begins May 13, 2013, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends June 12, 2013, at 11:59 P.M. PST.

Reading level: Ages 1-5

Hardcover: 32 pages

By Nina Schuyler, The Children’s Book Review
Published: January 11, 2012

Illustration copyright © 2010 by Jarrett J. Krosoczka

Back in the days when we drank gallons of Tang and ran wild in the neighborhood like dogs without leashes, these books were called comic books. Now they’re graphic novels and have fancy covers and binding so they don’t fall apart. They’re still action-packed, with lots of sounds spelled out in capital letters and exclamation points (KLANG! OOF! SLAM! WHOOSH!). The plot usually involves the forces of good versus evil. My husband tells me graphic novels, unlike comic books, tend to involve humor.