Favorite Books of 2015


We've read hundreds of new books this year...
Here are 26 of our favorite books of 2015!


To the Sea
by Cale Atkinson


Float
by Daniel Miyares


Home
by Carson Ellis


Who Done It
by Olivier Tallec


I Don't Want to be a Frog
by Dev Petty and Mike Boldt


Wild about Shapes
by Jérémie Fischer


8: An Animal Alphabet
by Elisha Cooper


Water is Water
by Miranda Paul and Jason Chin


Sidewalk Flowers
by JonArno Lawson and Sydney Smith


Gryphons Aren't So Great
by James Strum, Andrew Arnold, and Alexis Frederick-Frost


I Don't Like Koala
by Sean Ferrell and Charles Santoso


Drum Dream Girl
by Margarita Engle and Rafael Lopez


Wild Ideas
by Elin Kelsey and Soyeon Kim


A Rock Can Be
by Laura Purdie Salas and Violeta Dabija


Max the Brave
by Ed Vere


Bunny Roo, I Love You
by Melissa Marr and Teagan White


Hoot Owl Master of Disguise
by Sean Taylor and Jean Jullien


Once Upon a Cloud
by Claire Keane


This Is My Home, This Is My School
by Jonathan Bean


Please Mr. Panda
by Steve Antony


Samurai Santa
by Rubin Pingk


This is My Rock
by David Lucas


Goodnight Grizzle Grump
by Aaron Blecha


Flowers are Calling 
by Rita Gray and Kenard Pak


The Sea Tiger
by Victoria Turnbull


The Most Amazing Creature in the Sea
by Brenda Z. Guiberson and Gennady Spirin

8 comments:

Cale said...

Whoa! Honoured to be on the list with so many amazing people! :)

carol l mckenna said...

Love children's books ~ they have such wonderful pics and messages for all ages!

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Splendid Little Stars said...

great collection!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Thanks for the recommendations! Always looking for good books for the kiddos.

Ruby Manchanda said...

Wow some collection

Betty said...

I wish I had someone to read those too! My kids enjoyed books when they were little.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Drum Dream Girl and Sidewalk Flowers have my attention. I continue to enjoy reading picture books. When I find a good one I like to read it out loud to the Husband and the Mama. They deserve hearing a good story, too.
The View from the Top of the Ladder

Sandra Black said...

I guess I had better get more familiar with children's books again as I am going to become a grandma in October.