New York Times 2011 Best Illustrated Children's BooksWendyM
Looking for the best children’s books for your little ones?
The New York Times Book Review has just announced their list of the 10 Best Illustrated Children’s Books of 2011.
The New York Times best illustrated kids’ books will be listed in the November 13 Sunday Times Book Review, but you can take a peek at the list here:
“Along a Long Road,” written and illustrated by Frank Viva (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers)
“A Ball for Daisy,” written and illustrated by Chris Raschka (Schwartz & Wade)
“Brother Sun, Sister Moon: Saint Francis of Assisi’s Canticle of the Creatures,” written by Katherine Paterson, illustrated by Pamela Dalton (Chronicle Books)
“Grandpa Green,” written and illustrated by Lane Smith (Roaring Brook Press)
“Ice,” written and illustrated by Arthur Geisert (Enchanted Lion Books)
“I Want My Hat Back,” written and illustrated by Jon Klassen (Candlewick Press)
“Me … Jane,” written and illustrated by Patrick McDonnell (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers)
“Migrant,” written by Maxine Trottier, illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault (Groundwood Books)
“A Nation’s Hope: The Story of Boxing Legend Joe Louis,” written by Matt de la Peña, illustrated by Kadir Nelson (Dial)
“A New Year’s Reunion,” written by Yu Li-Qiong, illustrated by Zhu Cheng-Liang (Candlewick Press)
They are all beautifully illustrated, so consider adding them to your child’s book shelf!
For additional titles, check out our list of favorite book illustrators.