Books by Brunelle, Sheneman, Higgins, Hoffman, Sima & Thompkins-Bigelow
A collection of six spring book from 2018.
Turn This Book Into a Beehive!: And 19 Other Experiments and Activities That Explore the Amazing World of Bees by Lynn Brunelle: a book that teaches kids all about the fascinating world of bees through activities that included literally turning the book into a beehive.
Don’t Eat That by Drew Sheneman: a story about patience and teamwork to find the perfect snack.
Everything You Need for a Treehouse by Carter Higgins, illustrated by Emily Hughes: celebrate the universal wonder of treehouses and all the adventure that lives among the branches.
Sam and the Seven-Pound Perch by Paul J. Hoffman, illustrated by Nick Patton: a delightful, humorous, and inspiring story about determination, family, friendship, and doing the right thing.
Harriet Gets Carried Away by Jessie Sima: a sweet and funny story about remembering where you belong, no matter how far you roam, or what you’re wearing when you get there.
Mommy’s Khimar by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow, illustrated by Ebony Glenn: selected as a Best Book of 2018 by NPR, Kirkus Reviews, School Library Journal, and Shelf Awareness! A young Muslim girl spends a busy day wrapped up in her mother’s colorful headscarf in this sweet and fanciful picture book.
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