Julia's house for lost creatures by Ben Hatke
The invisible boy by Trudy Ludwig and Patrice Barton
A child of books - Oliver Jeffers
The wonderful things you will be - Emily Winfield Martin
What do you do with an idea - Kobi Yamada and Mae Besom
The Thank You Book by Mo Willems
We found a hat - Jon Klassen
Home by Carson Ellis
They all saw a cat - Brendan Wenzel
1990 Caldecott Medal Winner. Lon Po Po.
1956 Caldecott Winner
A classic and satirical take on Three Little Pigs fable. It is brilliant story telling and the illustrations by Lane Smith are magical, as always. This book was rejected by dozens of publishers and there is an interesting story that Lane Smith tells about how all this book happened.
Lane Smith's story
This is one better! What a funny story by David. And, as a bonus he reads it out loud.
I am on a discover all David Ezra Stein books bandwagon now. Here is Pouch! And, it makes me smile.
This guy is truly amazing! I love the simple and beautiful nature of his stories. His illustrations are beautiful always.
Here he talks about how he made illustrations for this book.
Following up on David Ezra Stein after reading Interrupting Chicken (and absolutely loving it). Leaves is another delight with great illustrations.
This has to be one of my favorite books!! I can relate to this and the humor is off the charts. :-) Caldecott Honor 2011.
This is David's interviews when he got Caldecott.
A brilliant story about two friends who are blobs of colors.
A story about sharing set in a world of 3 frogs.