Jane Foster's Animal Sounds by Jane Foster (Illustrator)
Publication Date: 2017-05-02
The author, Jane Foster, has a lot of fantastic board books.
Feminist Baby by Loryn Brantz (Illustrator)
Publication Date: 2017-04-11
Feminist Baby likes pink and blue. Sometimes she'll throw up on you! Feminist Baby chooses what to wear and if you don't like it she doesn't care! Meet the irrepressible Feminist Baby in this refreshing, clever board book about a girl who's not afraid to do her own thing, and wants to make as much noise as possible along the way!
A Cat Is Better by Linda Joy Singleton; Jorge Martin (Illustrator)
Publication Date: 2017-06-13
Find out why a cat is the purrfect pet in this fantastically funny picture book! A sparkly necklace for me? Yes, I am beautiful. Thank you very much. See how perfect I am? What makes cats better than dogs? Is it how gracefully they leap through the air? How much smarter they are than dogs? How much more musical and cleaner they are? Or is it how good they are at making you think they're all these things? Find out why cats are the purrfect pet in this fantastically funny picture book!
Wally Wants to Hug by Barbara M. Joosse; Rebecca Ashdown (Illustrator)
Publication Date: 2017-06-06
Hugging's the way to start the day, but Wally's friends are scared of his hugs! Wally is a young boa constrictor who loves hugs. His parents give him hugs to begin and end the day, and he hugs them back just as tightly. However, Wally's classmates at school don't seem to love hugs as much as he does and are scared of getting hugs from Wally, since boa constrictors squeeze so hard! How can Wally show them that his friendly hugs are nothing to be afraid of?
Still a Family by Brenda Reeves Sturgis; Jo-Shin Lee (Illustrator)
Publication Date: 2017-01-31
A little girl and her parents have lost their home and must live in a homeless shelter. Even worse, due to a common shelter policy, her dad must live in a men's shelter, separated from her and her mom. Despite these circumstances, the family still finds time to be together. They meet at the park to play hide-and-seek, slide on slides, and pet puppies. While the young girl wishes for better days when her family is together again under a roof of their very own, she continues to remind herself that they're still a family even in times of separation.
Maybe a Bear Ate It! by Robie H. Harris; Michael Emberley (Illustrator)
Publication Date: 2008-01-01
As a little boy searches for his missing book, he worries: Maybe a bat flew away with it. Or maybe a giraffe grabbed it. It's not just his imagination - his favorite book is their favorite, too! This hilarious tale is guaranteed to be a bedtime favorite with all youngsters! "Exactly right for preschool storytime or toddler bedtime, this story will tickle the funny bones of both readers and their audiences." - School Library Journal, starred review. "Even adults will be hard-pressed not to smile." - Booklist, starred review
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