Who says picture books are just for kids, hmmm? Certainly nobody we know! Please feast your eyes on these picture book treasures on our New Book shelf!
“Oh Look, a Cake!” by J.C. McKee is a hilarious book about being greedy, to a degree. When two friends find an unattended cake, they begin to wonder whom they should invite to share this delectable delicacy! As the list of potential invitees comes and goes, there is a surprise development when the owner of the cake meanders by. Check this one out today to find out what did happen to the cake!!
Remember when you used to be asked “What Will You Be,” or “¿Qué Serás?,” when you were a child? It was fun to imagine the different careers or fields we would love to work in when we grew up! Well, with this new title by Yamile Saied Méndez, the young star of the book explores many different careers that she could pursue. The final sentence of the book will warm your heart! Check out this title soon so you can find out what she decided!
Our next two selections for you are all about friendships. Please check out “El Toro and Friends: Training Day” by Raul the Third. This is the second book of the series. This is a very colorful story about how Toro is being trained by his friend, Kooky Dooky, to defeat “The Wall.” If your little ones enjoy wrestling, this picture book is the book for them!
A friend is always near when we need them the most. In “Jenny Mei is Sad,” written by Tracy Subisak, that is just what happens. Jenny Mai has a great friend who is patient and by her side when Jenny Mei just needs time to heal her sadness. Check out this book to share with your child who may have a sad day, or may be the friend who helps soothe the sadness away.
When you think of the word ‘cape,’ what was the first thought that came to mind? Go ahead…say the word out loud…’cape’…and, ‘Superhero’ was your first thought, right (if not, let us know what you did think of!!)? Our final selection for you today is written by Marty Kelley, entitled “A Cape!”. This is a sweet bonding story for a son (the wearer of said cape, of course) and his daddy. Imaginations run wild for kids, which is a good thing by the way, and this story does not disappoint! You will enjoy reading about all of the scenarios in which this cape-clad child finds himself involved. The final page will leave you smiling from ear to ear, and if you are a father with a son nearby, you will have an activity starting shortly! You’re welcome!