Miss Sophie's Favorite 2015 Picture Books (so far...)

princessandtheponyThe Princess and The Pony by Kate Beaton

Princess Pinecone wants to be taken seriously as a fierce warrior.  This birthday, instead of the usual cozy sweater, she is finally getting a horse!  It isn’t the stallion she envisioned, but pony ends up helping her cause in an unexpected way.

 

 

 

 

laststoponmarketstreetLast Stop On Market Street words by Matt de la Pena, pictures by Christian Robinson

CJ and his Nana discover the true beauty of the world around them on their weekly bus trip across town.  The vibrant artwork perfectly captures the buzz of city life and all the different kinds of people in it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

daycrayonscamehomeThe Day The Crayons Came Home  by Drew Dewalt, Illustrated by Oliver Jeffers

This follow-up to The Day The Crayons Quit is hilarious!  It’s a great book to read out loud and adults won’t mind reading it over and over and over again.  Detailed illustrations by Oliver Jeffers that include crayon-written postcards, photos and a bonus glow-in-the-dark page perfect for night time reading makes this book a winner.

 

 

 

 

 

lookLook! by Edouard Manceau

A large square cut-out in the center of this interactive book will have you looking at the world through new eyes.  This title is sure to inspire curiosity and creativity!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

thisissadieThis is Sadie by Sara O’Leary Illustrated by Julie Morstad

Sadie loves stories and has all sorts of wonderful adventures.  This book celebrates the power of imagination through beautiful illustrations and alluring text. 

 
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