Picture Book Reviews
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from Chouette Publishing
In celebration of the 25 th anniversary of Caillou, Chouette Publishing has released The Caillou Storybook Treasury featuring 10 of the bestselling stories. The 240-page book is beautifully made with…
from Candlewick Press
Sam & Dave Dig a Hole is a story about two boys on a mission. Sam and Dave are out to find something "spectacular" and start digging a hole in the ground.
from Random House
Marlene, the title character in Marlene, Marlene, Queen of Mean, is a nasty elementary school girl. When one of Marlene's victims stands up to her, Marlene begins to see that being nice is okay too.
from Sleeping Bear Press
In Memoirs of a Hamster, Seymour the hamster can't resist temptation, and follows the sneaky housecat out of his cage and into the sunroom with a promise of treats.
from Albert Whitman & Company
In A Gluten-Free Birthday for Me!, a young girl prepares for her birthday party but cannot eat traditional birthday cake. With the help of her mother, she prepares a delicious cake for her friends.
The Penny Paperheart Deluxe Play Set is based on Penny Paperheart, a paper doll that shares kindness with her friends by giving them hearts featuring messages like Laugh and Smile Awhile. This set…
from Random House
My Pen Pal, Santa tells the story of a little girl who writes monthly letters back and forth with Santa.
from Roaring Brook Press
In the book A Wonderful Year, author and illustrator Nick Bruel takes readers through four seasons with stories of a little girl and all the things she does throughout the year.
from Henry Holt and Company Books for Young Readers
Whale Trails: Before and Now shows how whale-watching boats today are different from whaling boats hundreds of years ago.
from Holiday House
In Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins, a man named Hershel must defeat goblins to restore a village's Hanukkah celebration.