I’m celebrating Picture Book Month by reading at least one picture book a day, and going down the alphabet!
Part 1 of this series can be found here.
Part 2 of this series can be found here.
My P titles can be found here. I reviewed:
Nonfiction titles from O, P and R can be found here. I reviewed:
My Q titles:
Reminds me of Eric Carle’s From Head to Toe. Kids will enjoy identifying with the different personalities of animals.
My Picture Book Month Reading Challenge has introduced me to more of Tomie dePaola’s works including this sweet story that transcends time and culture.
My R titles:
Fun alphabet book with onomatopoeia. Readers can spot at least one other thing in the illustrations beginning with that page’s letter.
This wordless picture book takes readers into a story within a story within a story!
My S title:
A simple story about a boy about to step on a bug he encounters and yet tackles some pretty big questions.
Expect a review of the following book during next week’s Nonfiction Picture Book Challenge post:
My T titles:
An interesting story about a family who finds a baby inside a tumbleweed. Some of them are excited but one particular girl isn’t too happy there’s a new baby.
Released April 14, 2015! This may be my first 2015 book I’ve read! I’ll review it closer to the publication date but this is by two people whose works I like!
My U titles:
This has been one of our bestselling titles in the store. We had a diorama based on it and I should have taken a picture of it. A cute story about a unicorn who believes girls exist and other unicorns telling him they’re imaginary.
I like that the issue is that the girl is worried she won’t be the center of her uncle’s universe once he gets married.
My V title:
I was going to save this for my Must Read in 2015 challenge. A sweet story about a toy wanting to be real.