Rain by Sam Usher (2017)

The illustration of the and rain drops does make you feel you are right there with the boy looking through his window.
Also, the cozy friendship between the boy and the his grandfather is valued
as it shows the care, time, and the merit of being of an older age and to pass
some history on to a child with imagination.

Town Is by the Sea by Joanne Schwartz and Illustrated by Sydney Smith (April 2017)

The illustrations suggest the rhythm of a graphic navel. Poetic. The colors tones are expressive, the lights and shades are magical and the silver and yellowish tones shine.

CookieBot by Katie Van Camp Illustrated by Lincoln Agnew (May 2011)

Adorable retro illustration. Fun, fun, fun for little boys with a lot of imagination.

Little Fox in the Woods by Stephanie Graegin (2017)

I believe that is really important for a new book for children to have a graphic novel style. The illustrations are very sweet and I really like the way it starts with bluish illustrations that turns into colorful full pages scenes. It’s a very special treat for the children’s eyes.

Trees by Lemniscates (2017)

The stamp like pictures are very rich in texture. Also, to me the preservation and care of trees it was always an extremely important topic, the whole book it really touched my heart.

Secrets I Know by Kallie George and Illustrated by Paula Zakimi (2017)

The illustrations are gracious and gentle , and they captivate any heart.

Maude The Not-So-Noticeable Shrimpton by Lauren Child and Illustrated by Trisha Krauss (2013)

I like the play with the patterns.

Regards to man the Man in the Moon by Ezra Jack Keats (1981)

One of my favorites of Ezra Jack Keats. The textures bring me to the infinite universe.

Running with the Horses by Alison Lester (2011)


An enchanting story about horses, beautiful pencil illustrations.

The Lost House by B.B. Cronin (2016)


Amazing and intriguing objects and colors. Very curious.