With the first quarter of the year nearly over, and my to-read stack considerably shorter than it was in February, I am looking forward to several books that will be released in the next few months. Here are a half dozen:
- Again! by Emily Gravett has already released in the UK, but the US version is set to release in April. This story about a dragon who wants his bedtime story read again and again ends with a fiery surprise.
- On a Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein is a picture book written by Jennifer Berne and illustrated by Vladimir Radunsky. Robin Smith over at Calling Caldecott said, "I think this is one to watch." Watch it I shall.
- Deborah Heiligman and LeUyen Pham teamed up to create a nonfiction picture book that releases in June: The Boy Who Loved Math: The Improbable Life of Paul Erdos. I've had this one on my list for months, but I have not seen it yet. I guess I'll just have to wait until June.
- The Story of Fish & Snail by Deborah Freedman, she of Blue Chicken fame, also comes out in June, and judging only from the cover (and the brief description provided by the publisher) it looks like it's worth finding a copy to read.
- Bink & Gollie: Best Friends Forever by Kate DiCamillo and Alison McGhee, illustrated by the marvelous Tony Fucile should be on shelves in April. I don't think I can tell you how much we love Bink and Gollie at our house.
- Zebra Forest by Adina Rishe Gewirtz is a book I'm looking forward to rereading and recommending when it goes on sale next month. You should read it.
So, as the weather warms up and the school year winds down, what books are you looking forward to reading?