2016 Books I Can't Wait to See

When books hit this list, I probably haven't seen them yet. But the covers and/or the creators are enough to get me excited about these upcoming titles!
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• by Shaun Tan

Book of fairy tale-inspired sculptures by Shaun Tan (Tales from Outer Suburbia) Australian publication- must find in US

by Brittany R. Jacobs

The Kraken's Rules for Making Friends, Brittany R. Kraken can't make friends, despite super knitting abilities. Can shark help?

by Mies van Hout

Author/Illustrator: Mies van Hout Publisher: Lemniscaat, 2015 Age: Themes: playgrounds, imagination, animals Opening: Let’s go to the playground! Summary: (from my library…

Helen Docherty and Thomas Docherty

The Story Book Knight, by Helen Docherty (released September Ordered by his parents to tame a dragon, a gentle knight who prefers reading to fighting arms himself with a book.

by Britta Teckentrup

Can You Read Me a Story?: Beloved author publishes two beautiful picture boo.

by Deborah Hopkinson and Ron Husband

STEAMBOAT SCHOOL by Deborah Hopkinson. Inspired by a true story about the Rev. John Berry Meachum, who believed that everyone deserved to be educated. Sometimes you had to build a steamboat to accomplish that.

by Emily Winfield Martin

The Littlest Family's Big Day by Emily Winfield Martin

The Littlest Family’s Big Day by Emily Winfield Martin October 2016

by Kat Yeh and Chuck Groenink

The Friend Ship (Book) : Yeh, Kat : A lonely hedgehog sets out on an adventure to find friendship.

• by Olivier Tallec

Who What Where? Sequel to Who Done It? Written and Illustrated by Olivier Tallec Chronicle Books 9781452156934

by Christoph Niemann

Words (Book) : Niemann, Christoph : Offers over three hundred words paired with illustrated scenes related to them intended to help young readers puzzle out their meanings and think creatively about language and images.

by John Sobol and Dasha Tolstikova

The best children’s books appeal to, and resonate with, not only the children listening to the story but also to, and with, the adults reading them. Since I’ve acquired today’s Perfect Picture Book…