Another Tuesday, another round of new releases!
Here are brief blurbs about some of my new favorite children’s picture books, middle grade novels, and teen reads that released today.
Click on each book cover to find out more.
The Greatest Opposites Book on Earth
by Lee Singh and Tom Frost
(Big Picture Press, $18.99)
Head to the circus in this book of opposites, with fun lift-the-flaps that demonstrate the meanings of the opposite words through the circus acts. Ages 3+
Good Day, Good Night
by Margaret Wise Brown,
illustrated by Loren Long
From the author of Goodnight Moon comes a never-before-published picture book that follows the bunny outside in the daytime before continuing the bedtime theme by saying goodnight to the world and everything in it.
Signed First Editions Available!
Song of the Wild:
A First Book of Animals
by Nicola Davies,
illustrated by Petr Horacek
This beautiful, large format picture book is unique in that it is arranged by these section headings: creatures big and small, animal homes, colors and shapes, animals in action, and animals babies. Colorful, full-page illustrations accompany poetic descriptions. Ages 4+
from J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World, Magical Film Projections
Grab a book. Find a blank wall. Open this book to any page to project the scene and then read the text beneath. Fun and interactive for all HP fans!
Ghosts of Greenglass House
by Kate Milford, illustrated by Jaime Zollars
Milo is back in this sequel to Greenglass House, with more strangers, secrets, and mysteries to solve. Ages 8+
The Big Book of Treasures: The Most Amazing Discoveries Ever Made and Still to Be Made
by Raphael Honigstein,
illustrated Caroline Attia
(Little Gestalten, $29.99)
Each hand-written section details a real-life treasure hunt, featuring discoveries throughout the ages – even some in the last few years! – and from all over the world.