a few new reads that showed up under our tree over the holidays!
countablock by christopher francischelli
take away the a by michael escoffier
the invisible boy> by trudy ludwig
the magician’s elephant by kate dicamillo
mini myths: place nice hercules by joan holub
the doll people by ann m. martin
a few holiday picks! not all that helpful three days before christmas, but i’m going with it anyways. . . maybe someone still needs a stocking stuffer?
here comes santa cat by deborah underwood
sad santa by tad carpenter
a christmas carol:a babylit colors primer by jennifer adams
the smallest gift of christmas by peter h reynolds
stick man by julia donaldson
just a handful of the awesome new books lila has recently added to her collection!
mr and mrs bunny: detectoves extraordinaire by polly horvath
if i wrote a book about you by stephanie aulenback (i picked this one for my girl and i think it may become my new “baby girl” staple gift — so special)
the one and only ivan by katherine applegate
little red writing by joan holub
flora & ulysses by kate dicamillo
sharing a few more of our favourite pop up books this week (and yes, my “schedule” is all mixed up around these parts right now — better late than never, right?!)
my pop-up world atlas by anita ganeri
the little prince by antoine de saint-exupery
b is for box by david a. carter
lost and found by oliver jeffers this is one of my favourite books in our entire library <3
hide and seek by david a. carter you really cannot go wrong with any of his pop-ups — they are a bit like miniature art galleries tucked between two covers. check out this post from last year to see a few images of the inside.