Celebrate Picture Book Month with these five books from our 100 Picture Books to Keep on the Shelves list.
This classic tale of trying new things will delight young and old readers. While some young readers may need help with a few of the words, the rhythm and repetition of the story will help them to remember and learn them.
A playful competition between Little and Big Nutbrown Hare shows readers just how much they love one another. Young readers will delight in turning the page to see what Little and Big Nutbrown Hare come up with next.
When Oscar’s mother dresses him up in a bun costume for Halloween, he agrees because of how hard she worked on the costume–despite the fact that he wanted a scary costume. The colorful illustrations and clever story will keep the attention of all readers while also delivering a sweet lesson.
When Harold goes on a walk with only his oversized purple crayon, he creates a landscape full of wonder and adventure. Encouraging imagination, young readers will want their own purple crayon and adventures to draw.
Young readers who dislike baths will become very familiar with Harry, a white dog with black spots who gets so dirty his family cannot even recognize him! Luckily, a bath reveals that Harry was merely hidden beneath dirt and had not been lost.