Children's books I'd include in the Doodler19 monthly subscription box 📦📚
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- 1.I Love Monkey, by Suzanne KaufmanLove, love, love this book. Illustrations that make me envious, beautiful book design, attention to detail (the credit page at the end...? 💕), plus an owl spread?! It's perfection, even without the lovely message — be you. You're amazing.
- 2.Beautiful Oops!, Barney SaltzbergMistakes are ok, people. Relax a little.
- 3.Crankee Doodle, by Tom Angleberger & pictures by Cece BellStumbled on this one by accident after singing Yankee Doodle at a party. So. Much. Fun. To read. Aloud. Also, great message about friendship. And adorable illustrations.
- 4.The Book with No Pictures, by BJ NovakObviously.
- 5.Squeak, Rumble, Whomp! Whomp! Whomp!, by Wynton Marsallis & illustrated by Paul RogersSo fun to read. Delightful illustrations, with cute details like the Saints mentioned in the newspaper. (Geaux Saints! ⚜) A reminder to slow down and listen for the music in everyday sounds.
- 6.Tree, by Britta TeckentrupIt's gorgeous. And there's an owl on the cover. It's also one of those books that feels good, you know? Especially the cover.
- 7.The Perfectly Messed Up Story, by Patrick McDonnellFunny, charming, and full of surprises. We received our copy from @leesh63 and her mom, who swore she didn't read it first—but the book speaks directly to me. Oh, you had a plan and things didn't work out the way you envisioned?! Look around. Things are still ok. Stop sulking.
- 8.It's a Book, by Lane SmithF*ing put down your technology, guys.