Best Children's New Experiences Books
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1. The Wonderful Things You Will Be
Author: by Emily Winfield Martin
The New York Times bestseller that celebrates the dreams, acceptance, and love that parents have for their children …Now and forever. This is the perfect heartfelt gift for graduations or to celebrate your loved ones, and for birthdays, new babies, and other new beginnings all year long!
From brave and bold to creative and clever, Emily Winfield Martin’s rhythmic rhyme expresses all the loving things that parents think of when they look at their children. With beautiful, lush illustrations and a stunning gatefold that opens at the end, this is a book that families will love reading over and over.
The Wonderful Things You Will Be has a loving and truthful message that will endure for lifetimes and makes a great gift to the ones you love for any occasion.
2. Kindergarten, Here I Come!
Author: by D.J. Steinberg
Grosset & Dunlap
Get ready for school with these fun poems! Includes a sheet of stickers! This adorable picture book celebrates all the familiar milestones and moments shared by every single kindergartener. Whether it’s the first-day-of-school jitters or the hundredth-day-of-school party, every aspect of the kindergarten experience is introduced with a light and funny poem-not to mention charming illustrations.
3. The Bruce Swap
Author: by Ryan Higgins
Bruce is a bear who struggles with fun. When Bruce says no to fun one too many times, Nibbs, Thistle, and Rupert secretly wish Bruce was more fun. And the geese secretly wish for sandwiches. The next morning, all their wishes come true.Bruce is cheerful.
Bruce is adventurous.Bruce has pizzazz … And a basket of sandwiches. Except Bruce is not exactly Bruce. He’s Kevin, Bruce’s fun cousin. Nobody knows that Bruce has gone fishing. Nobody knows that Kevin is coming. Nobody even knows who Kevin is.
But, everyone quickly learns one thing: Kevin LOVES fun. Is it possible that too much fun is no fun at all?
4. I'll Meet You in Your Dreams
Author: by Jessica Young
A heartwarming text honoring the ever-evolving relationship of a parent and child across time, with visually striking art by bestselling and award-winning artist Rafael Lpez. Each evening when the sun has set, as nighttime casts a starry net, I’ll hitch a ride on moonbeams, and meet you in your dreams.
This poetic and tender story celebrates the parent-and-child bond in its many forms and offers gentle assurance of love across a lifetime. Two parents’ dreams of the future with their childrenfrom early dependence for nourishment and basic needs, to the parent as home base for a child in later lifemirror an always-changing but unbreakable relationship.
Written in lyrical rhyme and accompanied by breathtaking art by the incomparable Rafael Lpez, I’ll Meet You in Your Dreams affirms that parental love is a constant force, transcending boundaries of space and time.
5. I Am a Big Sister (Caroline Jayne Church)
Author: by Caroline Jayne Church
Share the joys of becoming a big sister! With the arrival of a new baby comes many transitions, and big sisters may need a little extra tender loving care to adjust to a new family situation. This sweet story with adorable toddler illustrations by Caroline Jayne Church is just right to share with and prepare an older sister getting ready for an expanding family.
6. New Kid
Author: by Jerry Craft
Quill Tree Books
Winner of the Newbery Medal, Coretta Scott King Author Award, and Kirkus Prize for Young Readers’ Literature! Perfect for fans of Raina Telgemeier and Gene Luen Yang, New Kid is a timely, honest graphic novel about starting over at a new school where diversity is low and the struggle to fit in is real, from award-winning author-illustrator Jerry Craft.
Seventh grader Jordan Banks loves nothing more than drawing cartoons about his life. But instead of sending him to the art school of his dreams, his parents enroll him in a prestigious private school known for its academics, where Jordan is one of the few kids of color in his entire grade.
As he makes the daily trip from his Washington Heights apartment to the upscale Riverdale Academy Day School, Jordan soon finds himself torn between two worldsand not really fitting into either one. Can Jordan learn to navigate his new school culture while keeping his neighborhood friends and staying true to himself?
This middle grade graphic novel is an excellent choice for tween readers, including for summer reading. New Kid is a selection of the Schomburg Center’s Black Liberation Reading List. Plus don’t miss Jerry Craft’s Class Act!
Author: by Kevin Henkes
Chrysanthemum is a funny and honest school story about teasing, self-esteem, and acceptance to share all year round. Written and illustrated by Kevin Henkes, the nationally bestselling and celebrated creator of Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse, Owen, and Kitten’s First Full Moon, Chrysanthemum is a don’t-miss classic, especially for back to school.
Chrysanthemum thinks her name is absolutely perfectuntil her first day of school. “You’re named after a flower!” teases Victoria. “Let’s smell her,” says Jo. Chrysanthemum wilts. What will it take to make her blossom again? This popular picture book has sold more than a million copies and was named a Notable Book for Children by the American Library Association.
“Perfectly executed in words and illustration, Chrysanthemum exemplifies Henkes’s talent for creating true picture stories for young audiences.”The Horn BookThis is an ideal break-the-ice book for the first week of school. It get children thinking about and bonding with their own names and the names of everyone else in the class, and it’s the perfect vehicle for starting a discussion about treating classmates with tolerance, kindness, and compassion.
8. I Am a Big Brother (Caroline Jayne Church)
Author: by Caroline Jayne Church
Share the joys of becoming a big brother! With the arrival of a new baby comes many transitions, and big brothers may need a little extra tender loving care to adjust to a new family situation. This sweet story with adorable toddler illustrations by Caroline Jayne Church is just right to share with and prepare an older brother getting ready for an expanding family.
9. The Kissing Hand (The Kissing Hand Series)
Author: by Audrey Penn
School is starting in the forest, but Chester Raccoon does not want to go. To help ease Chester’s fears, Mrs. Raccoon shares a family secret called the Kissing Hand to give him the reassurance of her love any time his world feels a little scary.
Since its first publication in 1993, this heartwarming book has become a Children's classic that has touched the lives of millions of children and their parents, especially at times of separation, whether starting school, entering daycare, or going to camp. It is widely used by kindergarten teachers on the first day of school.
Stickers at the back will help children and their parents keep their Kissing Hand alive.
10. Llama Llama Meets the Babysitter
Author: by Anna Dewdney
A Netflix Original seriesWith over 30 million copies in print, Anna Dewdney’s New York Times bestselling Llama Llama books have provided hours of comfort and fun-to-read-aloud rhyme. “I have something new to talk about … Tonight I will be going out,” Mama gently tells Llama Llama.
At first, Llama feels okay with this. After all, Mama has gone out before and Gram and Grandpa have stayed with him. But this time they can’t. Someone new is coming over, and the more he thinks about it, the more he worries!
He knows he will be miserable … And then the doorbell rings. It’s Molly from the ice cream store. What is she doing here? And she has ice cream! Maybe having a new babysitter isn’t nearly as bad as he thought!
11. The Pigeon HAS to Go to School!
Author: by Mo Willems
Whyy does the Pigeon have to go to school? He already knows everything! And what if he doesn’t like it? What if the teacher doesn’t like him? What if he learns TOO MUCH!?!
12. Social Skills Activities for Kids: 50 Fun Exercises for Making Friends, Talking and Listening, and Understanding Social Rules
Author: by Natasha Daniels
The fun way for kids 6 to 10 to develop social skills and make friends more easilyWhat are the Dos and Don’ts for making and keeping friends? How can you decode body language clues? What’s the best way to keep a conversation going?
Just like learning multiplication tables, social skills don’t come naturallyevery child has to learn them. Luckily, this book makes mastering social skills super fun with 50 awesome activities. Social Skills Activities for Kids gives children the confidence to successfully navigate social situations at home, school, and the world in between.
From keeping the conversation ball moving to learning to compromise to practicing good table manners, these engaging activities help kids develop and use their social skills super powers. Inside Social Skills Activities for Kids, you’ll find:Life lessonsKids learn how to handle everyday social situations like communicating with peers and adults, using and interpreting body language, reading social cues, and more.
The Office: A Day at Dunder Mifflin Elementary
Author: by Robb Pearlman
The instant #1 New York Times bestseller! Discover “The Office reboot fans never knew they needed” with this kid-friendly adaptation of everyone’s favorite workplace comedy (Entertainment Weekly). Michael Scott is Line Leader at Dunder Mifflin Elementary! It’s a very big job, but Michael is sure he can liveup to the “World’s Best Line Leader” title printed on his water bottle.
There’s just one problem-Michael doesn’t know how to lead the line. Filled with colorful, detailed illustrations and brimming with Easter eggs and nods to iconic moments from the show, this hilarious reimagining features a pint-sized cast. This story will introduce The Office to a whole new generation and will teach them that everyone needs to ask for help sometimes.Even Line Leaders.
The Office is a trademark and copyright of Universal Content Productions LLC. Licensed by Universal Studios 2020. All Rights Reserved.
14. What the Road Said
Author: by Cleo Wade
Feiwel & Friends
What the Road Said is the New York Times-bestselling comforting and uplifting picture book from bestselling poet and activist Cleo Wade.Which way do I go? That is your choice to make, said the Road. But what if I go the wrong way?
The Road curved a little, almost as if it was giving me a hug, and said,Do not worry. Sometimes we go the wrong way on our way to the right way. It’s okay to be afraid or to sometimes wander down the wrong path.
Bestselling poet and activist Cleo Wade’s What the Road Said features illustrations by Lucie de Moyencourt and encourages us to lead with kindness and curiosity, remembering that the most important thing we can do in life is to keep going.
15. First Grade, Here I Come!
Author: by D.J. Steinberg
Grosset & Dunlap
The funny follow-up to Kindergarten, Here I Come! Now includes a sheet of stickers! First gradeit’s the big time! After all, it’s a real honest to goodness grade. In verses that are both funny and full of heart, D.J.
Steinberg celebrates big and small moments, ones that all young “scholars” will relate tobaby teeth that won’t fall out, choosing the perfect library book, celebrating Pajama Day, and wrangling with the mysteries of spelling. From the first day of school to the last, this engaging anthology is essential reading for all soon-to-be first graders.
16. Potty (Leslie Patricelli board books)
Author: by Leslie Patricelli
A new toddler title charts a crucial achievement. There comes a point in a toddler’s life when going in one’s diaper is only one possible option, and the question must be raised: “Should I go in my potty?”With pitch-perfect humor and pacing, Leslie Patricelli follows the inner dialogue (sure to have little ones shouting responses) and hilarious actions of everyone’s favorite Baby, winding up with an over-the-top look of surprise and delight that will have both parents and offspring laughing out loud-“I did it!”