New Releases: Picture Books Published August 15, 2017

Goodnight WorldGoodnight World
Debi Gliori
Bloomsbury, $16.99

Delicate illustrations accompany gentle rhyming text as everyone – people, plants, and animals – all get ready for bed.
Ages 2+





One Day House.jpgThe One Day House
Julia Durango, illustrated by Bianca Diaz
Charlesbridge, $16.99
Inspired by real-life volunteers, this picture book tells the story of a community that comes together to make one neighbor’s house a safer and more beautiful place to live.
Ages 4+



If Apples Had Teeth.jpgIf Apples Had Teeth
Milton and Shirley Glaser
Enchanted Lion Books, $16.95
A husband-and-wife team produced this gorgeously designed alphabet book that is silly, surreal, and smart as it plays with language and the interaction between text and image.
Ages 4+





IvyIvy and the Lonely Raincloud
Katie Harnett
Nobrow, $16.95
A new favorite of mine! Grumpy little florist meets lonely little raincloud and together, they smile all year round.
Ages 4+




PhilomenaPhilomena’s New Glasses
Brenna Maloney
Viking, $16.99
When it comes to dresses, purses, and – how exciting! – new glasses, must sisters share everything?
Ages 4+



Alexander Graham BellAlexander Graham Bell Answers the Call
Mary Ann Fraser
Charlesbridge, $16.99
A definitive new biography of Alexander Graham Bell, focusing on his childhood and his inventions, for the younger crowd.
Ages 4+


Creepy Pair of UnderwearCreepy Pair of Underwear!
Aaron Reynolds, illustrated by Peter Brown
Simon & Schuster, $17.99
This Caldecott Honor winner has illustrated another hilarious picture book about a very brave rabbit and the creepy things in his life. First, it was some Creepy Carrots! and now, no matter how hard he tries, Jasper cannot get rid of a pair of glow-in-the-dark, ghoulish underwear.
Ages 4+



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s