By Kevin Henkes
This book illustrates a little girl’s dream for a unique garden filled with chocolate bunnies and strawberries that glow like lanterns. Young readers will be captivated by the girl’s whimsical imagination and the accompanying illustrations. The book’s simple language will be a hit with beginning readers, but parents will enjoy this creative tale too. By Greenwillow Books.
By Eric A. Kimmel
A retelling of folktales like “Stone Soup” and “Nail Soup,” this book gives children a lesson on Mexican culture during the Mexican Revolution. The story unfolds as the reluctant people of San Miguel are at first unwilling to share their food with soldiers. Children will enjoy the illustrations as they follow along with parents or read this story on their own. By Marshall Cavendish.
‘Mystical Faery Folk’
By Joy Smith
Kids of all ages will see nature come to life in this in this book of original photographs of natural settings around the world taken by author Joy Smith. These creative images evoke wonder and possibility in magic for both kids and parents alike, as well as get young people interested in exploring and respecting nature. By AuthorHouse.