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Sunday, 18 September 2016

Tania's Picks: Sensational Picture Books, September 2016

How are you going with your picture book addiction? Still terribly and gloriously afflicted? Good. That makes two of us.

Here are my recent sensational purchases. I try to snaffle them from local bookstores (please frequently harvest books from your local bookstores) whenever I can, but also succumb to online buying if I can't find what I want.

I was reading recently that the children's book market in Australia 'is expected to comprise one third of all national book sales for the first time in recent memory'. Could that be any more happy-making and could we be any more proud of creators, publishers and booksellers?

Grab a cuppa and peruse this latest stash--I highly recommend each and every *one.

*Most of the books you'll find in Tania's Picks are not Australian titles--this is because more often than not, Australian titles are featured on Kids' Book Review as full reviews.

 
One Day on Our Blue Planet ... in the Antarctic by Ella Bailey, Flying Eye Books, $24.99, ages 2 - 7


All My Treasures - A Book of Joy by Jo Witek and Christine Roussey, Abrams Appleseed, $21.99, ages 2 - 7

Tough Guys Have Feelings, Too by Keith Negley, Flying Eye Books, $24.99, ages  2 - 8

A Midsummer Night's Dream by Jennifer Adams and Alison Oliver, Gibbs Smith, $14.99, ages 1 - 4

Emma by Jennifer Adams and Alison Oliver, Gibbs Smith, $14.99, ages 0 - 3

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Jennifer Adams and Alison Oliver, Gibbs Smith, $14.99, ages 1 - 4

Amazing Alphabet by Annie Simpson, Make Believe Ideas, $25.25, ages  0 - 3 

Frankencrayon by Michael Hall, Greenwillow, $24.99, ages  3 - 8

The Pilot and the Little Prince by Peter Sis, Pushkin, $24.99, ages  5 - 9

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