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Spring 2018 picture book preview (and a giveaway!)

Emily Morrow  //  Nov 27, 2017

Spring 2018 picture book preview (and a giveaway!)

All month we've been celebrating some of our favorite Picture Books! As Picture Book Month winds up for 2017, let’s take a look at some of the Picture Books that are going to hit the shelves in 2018!

The Scholastic Spring Online Preview features new books from Caldecott Medalist Diane Dillon, New York Times bestseller Peter H. Reynolds and Caldecott Honor Recipient Molly Bang! You’ll also find a beautiful collaboration from Andrea Davis-Pinkney and Brian Pinkney, a brand new story from the team that brought us Giraffes Can’t Dance and an inspiring tale from Super Bowl champion Malcolm Mitchell!

Check out the full list:

*GIVEAWAY* Like what you see? You have a chance to win a set of 5 advanced reader copies from the Spring Online Preview! Just comment below with what book you’d most like to check out to enter! Full rules can be found here.

Comments

Unplugged by Steve Antony is

Unplugged by Steve Antony is at the top of my list. I love his books. So many of these sound excellent!

I would love to see the new

I would love to see the new book by Peter H Reynolds. His books are so inspiring for my students!

I currently live/work in

I currently live/work in Korea so can't wait to read and share 'Rabbit Moon' by Jean Kim.

I would love to have

I would love to have Unplugged for our library! My student's would love this book.

When Sophie Thinks She Can’t

When Sophie Thinks She Can’t by Molly Bang would be fantastic for some of my less confident students. Hoping it helps with some growth mindsets and grit!

My students love Peter

My students love Peter Reynolds. We’d love to win his book, “The Word Collector “.

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“Be Brave, Little Penguin”

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