Looking for great gifts for Grandma? Any of these adorable titles would be a welcome read!
NANA LOVES YOU MORE by Jimmy Fallon; illustrated by Miguel Ordóñez (Feiwel & Friends, on sale March 29, 2022, Ages 1-3):
Jimmy Fallon, host of NBC’s The Tonight Show and #1 New York Times–bestselling author, is back with a book that pays tribute to all of the NANAs out there. Whether you call her Grandma, Gram, Gammy, GiGi, Meemaw, Abuela or Bubbie – there’s nothing like a NANA’s love.
THE ADVENTURES OF QAI QAI by Serena Williams; illustrated by Yesenia Moises (Feiwel & Friends, on sale September 27, 2022, Ages 2-5):
From superstar athlete, record breaker, entrepreneur, philanthropist (and mama) Serena Williams, comes a magical picture book in which a little girl learns to believe in herself with the help of her doll and best friend, Qai Qai.
YOU BE GRANDMA by Karla Clark, illustrated by Addy Rivera Sonda (Feiwel & Friends, on sale March 14, 2023, Ages 2-5):
Karla Clark’s You Be series continues with You Be Grandma, all about a grandma being just too tired to do the bedtime routine and asks her granddaughter to take over for her.
I LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU’LL EVER KNOW by Leslie Odom, Jr. and Nicolette Robinson, illustrated by Joy Hwang Ruiz (Feiwel & Friends, March 28, 2023, Ages 3-7):
Written by Leslie Odom, Jr. and Nicolette Robinson, award-winning actors of stage and screen and parents of two, this is a comforting and lyrical refrain about the bonds we form with the children to whom we are closest in our lives.
YOU WILL DO GREAT THINGS by Amerie, illustrated by Raissa Figueroa (Roaring Brook Press, March 28, 2023, Ages 4-8):
From book club founder, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, and mother Amerie comes a lyrical, magical picture book about the great possibilities that lie ahead for our little ones, featuring illustrations by Raissa Figueroa.
The Yellow Áo Dài by Hanh Bui; illustrated by Minnie Phan (Feiwel & Friends, On-sale April 25, 2023, Ages 3-6):
Lovingly illustrated by Minnie Phan, Hanh Bui’s debut picture book, The Yellow Áo Dài, is a warm story of family, identity, and remembering those who came before.
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