Exploring colors through interactive children's picture books!

Yay! We love new books!

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Over the past month, we’ve explored the picture books on the New York Public Library’s list of 100 Titles to Read and Share.

While writing these book reviews I have definitely found some new favorites!

Here is the last set of picture book reviews. I was glad to see a trend of multicultural books in this part of the list.

Also, you will want to read my criteria for the book reviews, as well as the rating scale.

8 More Picture Books to Share | Book reviews for parents and teachers


#16 Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote: A Migrant’s Tale by Duncan Tonatiuh

Image4 Cheers!

This book was a conversation starter for my husband and me.

It is a beautiful story, told with complete simplicity. No drama, no politics, no pity, just a story revealing the true experiences of real people—EXCEPT there are no people in this book. All of the characters are animals. Rabbits, chickens, ducks, snakes, and a coyote. And…

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