Bookakery Picture Book Sale

Bookakery Book Sale

We’ve spent the last few days organizing our picture books and realized that we have some great ones that we want to share with you! All of the books listed above are from our past Bookakery Boxes and are currently on sale in our shop. So if you missed your chance to get one of these in our Bookakery Boxes make sure you grab your copy of the book before they’re all gone.

Bookakery Book Shop

Bookakery Book Sale

Crunch the Shy Dinosaur

Crunch the Shy Dinosaur

by Cirocco Dunlap and Greg Pizzoli

Crunch is a lovely and quiet brontosaurus who has hidden himself in some bushes and is rather shy. He would like to play, but it will require some gentle coaxing from you! If you are patient and encouraging, you will find yourself with a new friend! This is an interactive story that will have your kids talking and even signing Happy Birthday to Crunch (because it’s somebody’s birthday somewhere). This book was featured in our July “Dinosaur” Bookakery Box.

The Sandcastle that Lola Built

The Sandcastle that Lola Built

by Megan Maynor and Kate Berube

A wonderful repetitive story that shows the value of teamwork and collaboration in an adorable package. This book was one of two that were featured in our June “At the Beach” Bookakery Box.

How to Code a Sandcastle

How to Code a Sandcastle

by Josh Funk and Sara Palacios

From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code (but don’t worry, it’s great for boys and girls) comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding concepts. Spend the day with Pearl and her robot Pascal at the beach and learn how coding works as they build (and save!) their sandcastle. This book was one of two that were featured in our June “At the Beach” Bookakery Box.

Everything you need for a Treehouse

Everything you Need for a Treehouse

by Carter Higgins and Emily Hughes

Featuring beautiful images and a lyrical text with an exquisitely readable cadence, this book is perfect for anyone who’s ever wanted to escape real life and live in a nostalgic dream come true, this picture book captures the childhood dream of a treehouse and celebrates all the creativity and adventure they spark. This book was featured in our May “Up in a Tree” Bookakery Box.

The Antlered Ship

The Antlered Ship

by Dashka Slater and The Fan Brothers

An inquisitive fox sets off on a seafaring voyage with a crew of deer and pigeons in this enchanting tale of friendship and adventure. This book was featured in our February “Adventure” Bookakery Box.

There is a Monster in your Book

There is a Monster in your Book

by Tom Fletcher and Greg Abbott

Shake, wiggle, and tickle the monster out of this book—an interactive bedtime read-aloud by a YouTube star, musician, and children’s book author! This book was featured in our January “Merry Monsters” Bookakery Box.

The Water Princess

The Water Princess

by Susan Verde and Georgie Badiel

Based on supermodel Georgie Badiel’s childhood, a young girl dreams of bringing clean drinking water to her African village.   As a child in Burkina Faso, Georgie and the other girls in her village had to walk for miles each day to collect water. This vibrant, engaging picture book sheds light on this struggle that continues all over the world today, instilling hope for a future when all children will have access to clean drinking water. This book was featured in our October “Giving” Bookakery Box.

If you ever want to bring a Circus to the library, DON'T

If you want to bring a Circus to the Library, DON’T!

by Elise Parsley

One of the books in the Magnolia Says DON’T Series (but perfectly readable on it’s own), is a hilarious and playful story of how Magnolia learns that while the sign in the library says “You Can Do Anything at the Library!” the reality is a little different. This book was featured in our September “Circus” Bookakery Box.

 

 

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