Feeling a little stir crazy at home with your kids yet? One of the things I am missing the most is trips to the library. I absolutely love wandering through the shelves looking for my new favorite book. For now, I am making do with my Kindle and discovering old favorites. Here are some cool new picture books to enjoy with your kids this spring.
Here are some fun new books to check out. These books were sent to me by Abrams Books for review purposes. I received no compensation for this post. This post includes some affiliate links.
Cat Ladies is a fun and fanciful book with a surprise twist! Princess has four ladies, and some say that is too many….but princess doesn’t think so! She keeps busy taking care of all of her ladies. But what happens when a stray comes along? Will this upset the fine balance in Princess’s well-orchestrated life?
This book is perfect for any cat lovers…especially those who think you can never have too many cats.
Willow the Armadillo longs to be a hero. A hero in her very own book. She takes classes.
She bravely auditions, but Willow is told, “Not what we’re looking for. Next!”. Willow keeps trying but finds rejection at every turn. Eventually, on the verge of giving up for good, Willow is able to use her own resources to come to a happy resolution.
A brother and sister spend the day playing good guys and bad guys. Sometimes they are pirates with warts and steal treasure and sometimes they are good guys who save the day.
Every child (and adult) will be able to relate to this fun story and ode to childhood imagination.
New York Times bestselling author and photographer Gray Malin shared his beautiful photography in this fun and modern book of opposites. I really enjoy this book because of the striking photography.
This is not your average opposites book.
One of my kids, however, pointed out that “feathers” and “fur” are probably not technically opposites. While I agree, it is still a great book with beautiful photos.
This is a beautiful story of an animal friendship that is based on a true story. Charlie the horse and Jack the goat got off to a bumpy start.
Charlie was blind in one eye and Jack was grumpy and didn’t like meeting new animals. Over time, their bond grew and Jack began leading Charlie around the ranch…and eventually saves his life.
A wonderful book for any child who struggles with friendships, shyness, or disability. This is also a great read for a child who loves farms and animals. The illustrations are beautiful and your child will love pouring over them.
Do you have any new favorite picture books? Share them in the comments so I can go check them out!