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5 New Picture Books

To say that picture books are just for kids is such a lie! Picture books are great and can be enjoyed no matter how old you are. Picture books, not only do they have beautiful stories but they also have stunning illustrations.


Here is a list of some new picture books for you to read!



Bunheads by Misty Copeland

Illustrated by Setor Fiadzigbey

In this story inspired by the author’s own experiences, Misty knows she loves dancing even before she has her first dance lesson. She’s full of nerves when she auditions for her first role, but finds comradery with her fellow bunheads. Together, they put on a spectacular show.


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What We’ll Build by Oliver Jeffers

Oliver Jeffers' books are brilliant and this newest one brings a rhythmic note to his touching book influenced by the birth of his daughter. What We’ll Build is a wonderful father and daughter picture book that is sure to be loved by families everywhere.


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My Rainbow by DeShanna Neal and Trinity Neal

Illustrated by Art Twink

Trinity wants long hair just like her dolls. Her mother goes to great lengths to create the perfect wig for her daughter that will not only look just right, but will truly show her daughter’s spirited true self.


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Wild Symphony by Dan Brown

Illustrated by Susan Batori

You read that right, The Da Vinci Code author himself is making his first appearance in the picture book world with Wild Symphony. This book has animals, surprises, clues, and a coded message to solve! Wild Symphony also offers a free interactive smartphone app where you can listen to original musical compositions as you read every page of the book!


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The Bug Girl: A True Story by Sophie Spencer and Margaret McNamara

Illustrated by Kerascoët

Seven-year-old Sophie has loved bugs since she was a toddler, but other kids don't understand her fascination. Bullies push her to stop sharing her interest - until hundreds of female scientists reach out to encourage her to follow her passion. Based on the author's personal experience, this uplifting story encourages children to embrace their curiosities.


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