If your home is anything like mine, I’m guessing that there are a few books that you have read 471,381,577 times and you are ready for a few new books in your rotation! We’ve found a few new favorite toddler picture books for you!
Toddler Picture Books
Chester Chipmunk will NOT Sleep by Kathleen George (released January 22, 2020)
It’s bedtime in the nook of Cherry Hill, but Chester Chipmunk just can’t sleep! He’s had too much fun playing today, and he isn’t ready to stop now. So Mama Chipmunk tells him a whimsical tale of all the journeys he can go on in his dreams. This book will help the littles ones who are feeling restless get excited to take a nap or go to bed so they can discover all the many adventures that await in his dreams!
A Tuesday Kind of Love by Lyndsi Richards (out March 24, 2020)
This vibrant and vulnerable picture book follows the love story of gorilla Lani and monkey Kanoa and their journey to becoming parents. But after their twins Lili and Koi are born, they begin arguing and missing the lives they had when they were on their own. They make the difficult decision to separate, but are determined to show their children that they still appreciate one another, as Kanoa swings down and brings the mother of his children flowers every Tuesday. As this story hits home for many children and parents, Richards hope it serves as a reminder that it’s important to maintain a healthy relationship while co-parenting.
Mr. B’s Great Adventures: Head in the Arizona Clouds by Michael C. Brown (out April 7, 2020)
Brown’s persona, Mr. B, partners up with his good friend Mr. Helicopter to fly the skies of Arizona, where they take in the breathtaking views of mountain tops, yellow deserts, and gorgeous wildflowers. Through these colorful and vivid illustrations by acclaimed artist Nancy Troupe, children experience the beauty of the world from a new and exciting view. Using experience and examples of his own travels around the world as an aerial photographer, Mr. B hopes to encourage young readers to appreciate adventures big and small.
You can also find fun coloring sheets on the website!
Panta Mimi written and illustrated by Kara Hofstede
Everyone is born with some kind of talent but finding what you are good at can be one of life’s hardest struggles. The saying goes, “Life is a circus,” but when your family is an actual traveling show it can be difficult to find ways to stand out.
If you need even more suggestions, be sure to check out the following lists to help with your reading and snuggle time!