November is Picture Book Month

 

November is Picture Book Month and this page has some great suggestions of Picture Books to explore! Overdrive also has many titles for you to explore! I am going to highlight a few for you here:

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We have many Bible based picture books, and you can explore them here.

Robert Munsch

We have many titles from Robert Munsch including A Promise is a Promise, The Paper Bag Princess, Mortimer, 50 Below Zero, Angela’s Airplane and many more.

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We have a several titles that match with the Reading Rainbow videos including The Bicycle Man, Ruth Law Thrills a Nation, Follow the Drinking Gourd and Humphrey the Lost Whale. You can take a look at our list here.

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We have many Franklin titles – including the titles that match with Come Sit by Me.

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We have several titles that match with the Five in a Row curriculum including Angelo, Grandfather’s Journey, How to Make Apple Pie and See the World and Katy No Pocket to name a few.

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We have many fun titles including My Dog is as Smelly as Dirty Socks, Baa Baa Black Sheep, The Bravest of the Brave, Big Dog, Little Dog and many, many more!

We continue to add the Chocolate Lily, Red Cedar and other nominated picture books where we can!

I hope that you will continue to enjoy our Picture books on Overdrive. We are adding titles all of the time so check back often under New Additions or on the Picture Books page. Blessings from you’re Learning Commons Team!

Comments

  1. Franklin books are some of my favorite

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