17 Picture Books You Don’t Want to Miss

Picture Books You Don't Want to Miss
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Our family loves curling up together with a good book, and no one considers themselves too old for a beautiful picture book.  Watch the video and check the list below for some of the picture books we are loving lately.  You don’t want to miss these titles!

Picture Books You Don't Want to Miss

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Picture Book List

Amos and Boris, William Steig

The Doorbell Rang, Pat Hutchins

Princess and the Peas, Rachel Himes

A Home for Bird, Philip Stead

The Gardener, Sarah Stewart

The Full Belly Bowl, Jim Aylesworth

P is for Pterodactyl, Raj Haldar and Chris Carpenter

Hello Lighthouse, Sophie Blackall

Hands, Lois Ehlert

Daisy Saves the Day, Shirley Hughes

Construction, Sally Sutton

Special Delivery, Philip Stead

Extra Yarn, Mac Barnett

Tim in Danger, Edward Ardizzone

Little Fox in the Snow, Jonathan London

Mary and the Mouse, The Mouse and Mary, Beverly Donofrio and Barbara McClinktock

A Web, Isabelle Simler

Samson in the Snow, Philip Stead

Other resources you don’t want to miss:

Year of Memory Work

19 Simple Ways to Pursue Joy in 2019

Want to see other picture books we love?  See my preschool picture book round-up here! (Hint: it’s not just for your preschooler!)

Join the conversation on Facebook and Instagram!  I often share what books we are reading there on social media or on my email list.

What new picture books have you discovered recently?

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2 thoughts on “17 Picture Books You Don’t Want to Miss”

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  2. I am so happy I came across your blog! Thank you for these great recommendations. My family loves our scheduled reading times and we are always looking for new books. Our recent picture book find that we’ve had to read and reread is “Chocolate Covered Courage with Blessings On Top”. The book is about an imaginative outdoor adventure with Davis and a very important decision she has to make to tell the truth. The rhyming is great, it’s really beautifully illustrated with lots of bright characters and colors! The book is fantastic and helps teach a crucial lesson about courage in the face of adversity that kids of any age can understand, helping to open up dialogue about telling the truth and integrity with young children! Highly recommend for early readers! If you and your family end up checking it out I would love to know what you think. Happy reading!

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