We all have the list of classic books to read to the kids over and over. And, that is great. But, it’s always nice to spice things up by discovering new books to share. Here are some of the must have new children’s books to add to your reading line-up.
New Children’s Books
Baby and Toddler Books
Hush-A-Bye Bunny by Holly Suplice is sweet and perfect pick for naptime or bedtime. It just might be a runner-up behind the classic Goodnight Moon.
For another bedtime treat, check out I Just Want to Say Good Night by Rachel Isadora.
Cheep! Cheep! by Sebastien Braun is good for introducing positional words (under, behind, beside, and among.)
You know how the heavy paper lift-the-flaps in books always rip? Well, in Where’s the Giraffe? by Arrhenius, the lift-the-flaps are made with felt. So smart!
My kids used to love Bizzy Bear. The newest in the series is Bizzy Bear Do-It-Yourself Dayby Benji Davies. It’s filled with interactive features.
We all know that preschoolers love routine and their prized possessions. Jameson has to decide if he’ll wear a different color of pants for a wedding. He is very attached to his green pants. Find out what happens in Green Pants by Kenneth Kraegel
Laundry Day by Jessixa Bagley is one that will get preschoolers giggling. Two badgers take hanging the laundry beyond the traditional task.
Preschoolers love Lola and she is back inLola Gets a Cat by Anna McQuinn.
Farmer Duck by Martin Waddell is celebrating 25 years. A timeless book that addresses issues of fairness and justice.
Noisy Night by Mac Barnett takes readers up flight by flight as we discover all the noises that can be heard in a busy apartment building.
Nothing says summer like the pool. Jabari Jumps by Gaia Cornwall is the story of a little boy finding the courage to take his first jump off the diving board. His supportive family helps him find the moment that is just right for him.
Kindergarten and Up Books
Zoey and Sassafrasis a beginning reader chapter book series. It’s perfect as a read aloud to kindergarteners or for kids who are ready to read early chapter books on their own. The illustrations are spot on and the books are packed with magical adventures and science learning. The series is a must read!
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Bee & Me by Alison Jay is a wordless book. It’s a story of friendship between a bee and a girl, but it also doubles as a gentle reminder to take care of the environment especially when it comes to bees.
This next book is a great book to use at the beginning of the school year to focus on being kind. We’re All Wonders by R.J. Palacio is a picture book companion to the bestseller chapter book, Wonder.
Robins! How They Grow Up by Eileen Christelow takes an up close look at a common springtime bird.
Today I Feel (An Alphabet of Feelings) by Madalena Moniz is a simple but complex book that makes a great conversation starter and vocabulary builder.
There is a sausage thief on the run in 100 Hundred Sausages by Yuvall Zommer. Will the sausage loving dog be able to sniff him out?
Hattie and Hudson by Chris Van Dusen has awesome illustrations and captivating story about a monster and a little girl. It also packs a lesson about judging others.
What new books have you discovered?
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