This week we’re celebrating MAYBE SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL, a picture book from authors F. Isabel Campoy and Theresa Howell, with illustrator Rafael López. In the story a young girl’s ambition and curiosity inspire a neighborhood to transform and revitalize their community through art.
This week we’re celebrating RETURN, the final picture book in Aaron Becker’s wordless Journey trilogy about a girl who discovers a red crayon that opens a world of imagination.
This week we’re celebrating SWATCH: THE GIRL WHO LOVED COLOR, a picture book from author illustrator Julia Denos abut a girl who can tame the wildest of colors, from bravest green to rumble-tumble pink. But one color is wilder still.
This week we’re celebrating SWAP!, a picture book from author/illustrator Steve Light about a broken down ship, a pirate captain overcome with sadness, and how a peg-legged boy saves the day through some inventive swapping!
This week we’re celebrating WORM LOVES WORM, a picture book from author J.J. Austrian and illustrator Mike Curato about two worms who are in love and wish to be married. Their friends are concerned about wedding details because, after all, this isn’t “how it’s always been done”. But now’s the chance to change how it’s always been done.
This week we’re celebrating THIS IS SADIE, a picture book from author Sara O’Leary and illustrator Julie Morstad about a girl and a box and worlds of imagination. It’s an invitation to imagine for yourself whatever story you’d like because it’s reminds readers that you are the storyteller.
This week we’re celebrating HOME, a picture book from author illustrator Carson Ellis about homes of all types, big and small, great and humble, real and imagined. It’s an invitation to ponder the places you call home and all that home means to you.
This week we’re celebrating LEO: A GHOST STORY, a picture book from author Mac Barnett and illustrator Christian Robinson about about a lonely house ghost in search of a friend. Pour yourself a cup of mint tea and grab a plate of honey toast. You’ll want to make friends with Leo right away!
This week we’re celebrating MAX THE BRAVE, a picture book from author illustrator Ed Vere about a fearless cat in search of a mouse to chase. But first he needs to figure out what a mouse looks like!
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