Kids Picture Books

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Plants : a multilingual board book / collages by Motomitsu Maehara.
"Bird. Oiseau. ̀Pjaro. In this delightful board book, explore words of the world and learn the names of a variety of colorful birds in the six most widely spoken languages. Curious minds will love the playful, brightly colored collages and multilingual ex…
My friends / Taro Gomi.
"This spirited homage to friendship as a little girl recounts all the things she has learned from an enchanting menagerie of animal friends: 'I learned to run from my friend the horse. I learned to sing from my friends the birds. I learned to read from my…
Hey! : a colorful mystery / Kate Read.
"All is quiet in the deep blue sea, when a rumor bursts forth about a 'great big fish hiding in the deep!' One by one, new fish are sucked into the growing story—the red octopus was really rattled, which petrified the purple puffer fish, and startled the …
The dog walk / Sven Nordqvist
"It's time for Grandma's dog to go for a walk. The eager pooch tugs the boy's hand, excited to get going. But where will they end up? This is a dog walk like no other, through amazing fairy-tale worlds, paintings come to life, Escher-esque castles, an int…
Even robots aren't perfect! / Jan Thomas.
"Red Robot and Blue Robot are very good friends. But sometimes friends say the wrong thing. And sometimes friends don’t understand. And, very often, friends make mistakes. In three hilarious and heartwarming stories, Red Robot and Blue Robot find out that…
Sun and Shiro and the polka-dot snake / Hiyoko Imai.
"Sun and his white-tailed dog Shiro love spending their days outdoors, exploring nature together. Every year, they look forward to early fall, when shiny red apples start to grow in the orchard near their house. While on their latest adventure, they meet …
Trees : a count and find primer / Greg Paprocki.
Introduce your toddler to different kinds of trees found across the United States with this colorful counting primer, from the creators of BabyLit. Learn to count from 1 to 10 with this captivating collection of illustrations featuring different kinds of…
Whose nose? / Sue Tarsky ; illustrated by Michael Garton.
"Babies can spot the differences between animals and people in this pure fun board book with a built-in guessing game and underlying educational aspect. Straightforward words and appealing, large illustrations bring smiles and chortles, a perfect opportun…
What's today for? / Jessy Humann ; illustrated by Federico Lunter.
"What’s today for? Today could be for counting raindrops or taking long walks. Today could be for making wishes, for friends, or other stuff. Every day is so much better when you believe that you’re enough." --publisher's website
Hold that thought! / written by Bree Galbraith ; illustrated by Lynn Scurfield.
"In the middle of the night, Finn wakes up with something buzzing around in their head. It isn’t heavy like a worry, it doesn’t swirl like fear, and it isn’t shaped like a question. It’s something more exciting—an idea! The next day at school, Finn share…
Mother Goose goes to India / Kabir Sehgal and Surishtha Sehgal ; illustrated by Wazza Pink
"Mother Goose takes a trip to India in this unique collection of nursery rhymes with a distinctly Indian flair. This little sooar (pig) goes to the bazaar. Little Miss Muffet eats dahi (yogurt) until a makadee (spider) scares her away. Little Jack Horner …
Dee and Apostrofee / Judith Henderson ; Ohara Hale.
"Dee and Apostrofee are often at odds. It's because Apostrofee keeps stealing letters from her words and putting himself in their place. Apostrofee doesn't see what the big deal is. After all, he's helping make language more economical! Why use two words …
The proud button / written by Danette Richards ; illustrated by Annelies Vandenbosch.
"Isabelle would love to make friends, but she's too afraid to talk to her classmates. She doesn't dare to ask them whether she can sit with them on the bus, join their group in class, or walk home with them after school. Then Isabelle receives an unexpect…
On the line / written by Kari-Lynn Winters ; illustrated by Scot Ritchie.
"In Jackson Moore’s small town, his family is known for producing hockey heroes - but he worries that he’ll never measure up to their amazing skills. On the ice he feels like a potato on skates, and his teammates begin to wonder if he really is a Moore. T…
The year we learned to fly / Jacqueline Woodson ; illustrated by Rafael López.
"On a dreary, stuck-inside kind of day, a brother and sister heed their grandmother’s advice: 'Use those beautiful and brilliant minds of yours. Lift your arms, close your eyes, take a deep breath, and believe in a thing. Somebody somewhere at some point …
Little bird's day / Sally Morgan ; Johnny Warrkatja Malibirr.
"A heartening read-aloud about a day in the life of Little Bird, who sings the world alive, flies with Cloud, travels with Wind, nestles with Moon, and dreams of flying among the stars."--publisher's website.
The sun shines on the sea / Michael Slack.
"The sun shines on the sea. Phytoplankton soak up the sun. Hungry krill feast on the plankton. Next, a shoal of fish swirl around the krill. Then along comes some squid . . . And on it goes, up the oceanic food chain, from squid to tuna to shark and, fina…
A shelter for sadness / Anne Booth & David Litchfield.
"A small boy creates a shelter for his sadness so that he can visit it whenever he needs to, and the two of them can cry, talk, or just sit. The boy knows that one day his sadness may come out of the shelter, and together they will look out at the world a…
What is love? / by Mac Barnett ; illustrated by Carson Ellis.
"'What is love?' a young boy asks. 'I can’t answer that,' his grandmother says, and so the boy goes out into the world to find out. But while each person he meets—the fisherman, the actor, and others—has an answer to his question, not one seems quite righ…
Delphine Denise and the Mardi Gras prize / Brittany Mazique ; illustrated by Sawyer Cloud.
"Every year, Delphine Denise Debreaux and her friends ride their bikes together in the New Orleans Mardi Gras parade. But this year, there’s a shiny prize for best float—and Delphine Denise just has to win it. How can her friends remind Delphine Denise wh…
Bear and Bird learn to share / written and illustrated by Jonny Lambert.
"The snowflakes are starting to fall in the forest. Winter is on its way and it's almost time for the animals to hibernate. They set out into the freezing forest to collect food, but Huxley the bear is really hungry and wants to keep it all to himself. Is…
Before I grew up / John Miller, Giuliano Cucco.
"In this picture book, author John Miller weaves a story about unknown artist Giuliano Cucco from the paintings and sketches that he leaves behind. The pictures illustrating the story were selected from Cucco’s vast archive. Through luminescent, emotional…
Women in art / Rachel Ignotofsky.
"New York Times bestseller Rachel Ignotofsky's Women in Art comes to the youngest readers in board format!"--Provided by publisher.
Terrific table manners / by Michelle Markel, art by Merrilee Liddiard.
"Inspired by the classic Tiffany's primer on manners for teens, this is a modern and humorous take on table etiquette that shows young readers what to do and what not to do at a formal dinner party"--Provided by publisher.
How to hide a ghost : a lift-the-flap book / by MacKenzie Haley.
Since ghosts are really good at hiding, little ones can lift the flaps to find them, in this interactive Halloween board book.
Amara's farm / written by JaNay Brown-Wood ; illustrated by Samara Hardy.
"Amara is hosting a potluck for friends on her farm, and her snacks won’t be complete without pumpkins. She’s searched and searched, but she’s grown so many plants that she needs help finding them. What do we know about pumpkins? They’re large, round, and…
Red / Laura Vaccaro Seeger.
"Separated from its family, a lone fox experiences, anger, fear, and ultimately love as it journeys home. Lost and alone, he makes his way through a dark forest, injures his paw, has glancing encounters with humans, and finds himself trapped in a cage, be…
Tune squad / by David Lewman ; illustrated by Red Central Ltd.
Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes help LeBron James put together an unbeatable basketball team.
Bodhi sees the world : Thailand / Marisa Aragón Ware.
Young Bodhi feels overwhelmed when she and her mother first arrive in Bangkok, Thailand, but after quieting her mind and participating in local customs, she feels she belongs there. Includes facts about Bangkok, list of common words, and a seek-and-find a…
A feast for Joseph / story by Terry Farish and OD Bonny ; pictures by Ken Daley.
"When Joseph and Mama lived in a refugee camp in East Africa, everyone cooked and ate together. And Joseph could always hear someone playing the awal. It’s much too quiet and lonely in his new home. Though Whoosh, the girl who lives upstairs, is friendly,…
Universal monsters / by M.D. Brundlefly ; illustrated by Meg Dunn.
Dracula, Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, Wolfman, and other classic creatures of the night make their first ever frightful appearance in Little Golden Books!
Batbot! / by David Croatto ; illustrated by Dan Schoening.
When Batman flies his new Bat-Tech Batbot in the Gotham City Air Race, a fund-raiser for the zoo, where different types of flying vehicles compete for a golden bird statue, he is kept busy dealing with four supervillains using all their tricks to defeat e…
Melville / by Paul Schmid.
Searching for the perfect place, Melville the sea creature embarks on a grand adventure and, unable to find his dream spot, returns home to his mama and learns it was right there all along.
Mr. Watson's chickens / written by Jarrett Dapier ; illustrated by Andrea Tsurumi.
Mr. Watson loves his three chickens, and every morning he and Mr. Nelson count them; but when they start to multiply, his house and tiny yard are soon overrun, and the noise and mess are driving Mr. Nelson crazy--so the couple set out to find a new home f…
Count to love! / by Andrea Davis Pinkney ; illustrated by Brian Pinkney.
"Snuggle up with your little one to celebrate sweet baby love!...This joyful celebration of roly-poly, perfectly huggable, oh-so loveable little ones that is just-right for the whole family." --publisher's website
Hi-five farm! : read-hi-five-repeat / Ross Burach.
What better way for preschoolers, or farm animals, to greet each other than a hi-five--and learn about opposites and farm animals at the same time.
The barking ballad : a bark-along, meow-along book / Julie Paschkis.
"With a woof and meow and a bow-wow-wow, kids can bark along to this...illustrated interactive picture book about a dog and the cat who befriends him....When the dog gets hurt and the cat helps him recover, the two become fast friends. And soon, the town …
Being mindful like grandpa / Sheri Mabry ; illustrated by Ilaria Urbinati.
While on a mountain hike with his parents soon after moving to a new place, a boy calms his many worries by following the advice of his beloved Grandpa.
Woodland dance! / by Sandra Boynton.
"Woodland animals heed the call of the fox's bugle to join the woodland dance in a moonlit glade, dancing all night to the music of the Woodland Dance Trio. As the animals wander off to bed, the Trio plays one last piece to welcome the sun"--Provided by p…
All eyes on Ozzy / by K-Fai Steele.
"Ozzy loves attention. And the person she wants it from most of all is her music teacher, Ms. Bomba. So when it's time to choose an instrument for the school recital, Ozzy picks the biggest, loudest, most attention-grabbing one of all: the DRUMS! It's har…
Three ways to be brave : a trio of stories / words by Karla Clark ; art by Jeff Östberg.
"Told in gentle, rhyming couplets, this collection of stories presents relatable moments of unease and the strength found in conquering fears. A roaring nighttime thunderstorm, the first day of preschool, and a doctor’s visit, in turn, encourage young rea…
I am happy : chakras, colors, feelings / written by Lisa Edwards ; illustrated by Sandhya Prabhat.
"I Am Happy: A Gentle Introduction to Emotions and Colors explores chakras—the body’s energies—from the root chakra at the base of our spines to the crown chakra at the top of our heads. Join Om Child on a breath-filled journey towards physical and spirit…