I know that I’m technically way too old to read picture books, but what’s the point of knowing how to read if you can’t read whatever you want? Plus, I find that children’s books can be incredibly creative and the artwork is beautiful.
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How to Code a Sandcastle by Josh Funk
Found this one thanks to Poisoned Pen’s monthly newsletter. It sounds interesting but also very fun.
Never Take a Shark to the Dentist by Judi Barrett
This looks fun and quirky.
Please Bring Balloons by Lindsay Ward
I really like balloons? Usually hot air balloons, but I’m not going to be picky. 🙂 (You can also check out Hot Air Balloon Books on My TBR List.)
Violet the Pilot by Steve Breen
I’m mostly intrigued by this one because the title rhymes. 😛
Dinosaurs and tea. Sold.
The Story of Fish and Snail by Deborah Freedman
A book about a story! (Which sounds weird… Goodreads describes it better.)
Firebird by Misty Copeland
I loved her young reader’s edition chapter book, so I’m excited to read her picture book as well.
Detective Dog by Julia Donaldson
Now that I have a dog, I’m more of a dog person. Which means I need to catch up on my dog-ish reading. 🙂
There Might Be Lobsters by Carolyn Crimi
Another doggie book!
This looks amazingly adorable! Just look at the cover!
What other picture books should I add to my list?
1 year ago: My Favorite Childhood Picture Books
I’d add the “Elephant and Piggie” books and the “Narwhal and Jelly” books. My five year old loves them and I think they’re fun too.
I’ll definitely have to check those out! It sounds like my nephews would enjoy them as well. 🙂