The Boy & The Bindi – by Vivek Shraya and Illustrated by Rajni Perera (2017)

This book will stay in my heart and soul forever. Moving illustrations.

Dad’s Camera by Ross Watkins & Illustrated by Liz Anelli (October 2018)

Illustrations of photographs taken of ordinary things just like in the song Waters of March. Visual poetry and a profound story.

My Dad Used to Be So Cool by Keith Negley (2016)

Besides showing the close and special relationship between a father and a boy, the illustrations have a vintage texture and the colors are very children appealing.

A to Z Picture Book by Gyo Fujikawa (1974)

A must-have for mommies, children, illustrators and collectors. It’s not easy to find information on Gyo Fujikawa, unfortunately, but we get to appreciate her art and beautiful message of the simple things in life.

Everything You Need to Know for a Treehouse by Carter Higgins and Emily Hughes (2018)

KWS August 20 Treehouse 2

Happy is the child that can imagine all these beautiful images for a tree house world.

City Shapes by Diana Murray and Illustrated by Bryan Collier (2016)

Seeing shapes everywhere, it is such a interesting way to see the world, even more amazing for a child perceive the world geometrically.

SNOW by Sam Usher (2017)

A cheerful view of snow.

Good Morning, Grumple by Victoria Allenby and Illustrated by Manon Gauthier (March 2017)

I love the pencil drawings and cut out texture, I believe that any child can connect to the story by it’s illustration alone.

Poor Louie by Tony Fucile (2017)

There is nothing more sweet than this book. Definitely, keeping the word sweet.

Far Apart, Close in Heart by Becky Birtha and Illustrated Maja Kastelic (2017)

Simple and beautiful illustrations to display a very delicate situation for children.