Monday, August 15, 2016

Wrap up for Picture Books Top 10 on the 10th

Last week I took on the challenge of listing my top 10 picture books in the meme Picture Book Top 10 for 10th Event. I encourage you to pop by and browse through some of these lists. It's good fun to see what makes these lists and how creative educators are.

As always, I struggled to list only 10 and decided to focus on a theme versus just my favourites. The theme focused on some of my favourite Canadian authors and illustrators instead was sort of a compromise. Only 10 writers but I sometimes included more than one of their books. I guess that might be considered cheating rather than a compromise -- but really who's counting? 

But taking part in this meme is a really fantastic endeavor as I'm able to glean a number of titles of picture books that are favourites of other teachers and librarians. They are often generous enough to include bits of information about how they use these titles, too.

I wanted to wrap up this experience by listing a few of these new titles that I'm now eager to bring into the Doucette Library for the upcoming year.

Here are my top 10 choices: 

Ada Twist, Scientist by Andrea Beaty

They All Saw a Cat by Brendan Wenzel

The Whale by Vita Murrow

The Stick by Clay Rice

Octicorn by Kevin Diller

Explorers of the wild by Cale Atkinson

What to do with a box by Jane Yolen

There by Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick

Running the Road to ABC by Denize Lature

More-igami by Dori Kleber

Okay, one more to keep the cheating even:

Brief Thief by Michael Escoffier


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