Picture Books

New York Times Best Selling Picture Books

Recommended Titles

You have been keeping up with the calendar, but did your kids get the memo that it is back to school? Feeding Reader has all the resources here to help you and your kids to get the best school year yet. Whether you’re a parent or a teacher, you can assist younger children in adjusting to the newness of school.

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Childrens’ books

Dear Boy

written by Paris Rosenthal and Jason Rosenthal, illustrated by Holly Hatam

A book to read to a boy to let him know that he is amazing just the way he is. 

Dear Girl

written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Paris Rosenthal, illustrated by Holly Hatam

A book to read to a girl to encourage her to be herself and to instill self-confidence.

All Are Welcome

written by Alexandra Penfold, illustrated by Suzanne Kaufman

Story is set on a group of children who go through their school day feeling valued and cherished no matter their background. Students from all walks of life learn from and appreciate one another. This is what our future world could look like.


by Yuyi Morales

A story about embarking on new journeys to unfamiliar places. Follow the main character on her path of exploration together with her young child as she navigates through an uncertain world. Where do her hopes, dreams, and resilience take her?

Don’t Let Them Disappear

written by Chelsea Clinton, illustrated by Gianna Marino

Learn about vulnerable animals that are nearing extinction and what we can do to help. Rhinos, polar bears, whales, pandas, giraffes, and gorillas are just some of the animals you will learn about. 

Brave Charlotte

by Anu Stohner and Henrike Wilson

Charlotte is a brave and fiercely independent sheep who is not afraid to take risks. This attitude is shunned by the other sheep but ends up paying huge dividends when their shepherd falls and breaks his leg. 

I Wish You More

by Amy Krouse Rosenthal & Tom Lichtenheld

Curiosity, friendship, laughter, and peace. An uplifting book about positivity and well wishes for anyone who reads it. 

Also enjoyed the picture books mentioned here that have similar themes especially Mel Fell

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