Wade’s Wiggly Antlers, Louise Bradford, Kids Can Press, 2017
Wade is a young moose who enjoys playing with his friends. One day, while playing, his antlers begin to feel a little wiggly. When the wiggle doesn’t stop, Wade hurries home to his mother, who reminds him that he will loose his antlers, but new ones will grow.
Even though Wade and his mother had talked about the change that Wade would experience, he is still worried about it. He chooses not to play with his friends in an effort to keep his antlers. Then, once he looses them, he feels freer. He is able to do things he was not able to do before, like win at hide and seek.
The Behemoth Dinosaur in the Land of Uz, Maryluz Guerrero Salas, Westbow Press, 2014.
Everything about this book seemed perfect. It’s a children’s book about a dinosaur. What kid doesn’t like dinosaurs? It’s a children’s book about a place called Uz, a place we read about in the Bible. It is told in English and Spanish, a brilliant addition to every child’s library, both English and Spanish-speaking.
What Noise Do I Make?, Brian McLachlan, Owlkids Books, 2016.
We know that dogs say woof and cats say meow. But what about an ostrich or a peacock?
What Noise Do I Make? comes from the research and imagination of Canadian cartoonist Brian McLachlan. This engaging and interactive book introduces young readers to an wide range of animals and the sounds they make.
Not to mention plenty of humor.