Friday, June 7, 2013

Five More Diverse Board Books

First of all, my apologies for the lack of posts lately. All of us writers have been particularly busy lately with moves, school, and work. We have some exciting upcoming plans for summer though--specifically with folk and fairy tales--so stay tuned for that! In the meantime, I realized we haven't had a post about board books since April, so here are five more diverse board books (in no particular order). Again, I won't include synopses since they are relatively straight-forward, but if you have any questions about a a specific title, feel free to leave it in the comments. Enjoy!

1. A You're Adorable
by Martha Alexander

2. Ten Little Babies
 by Gyo Fujikawa

3. Global Babies
by Global Fund for Children
Global Babies

4. More More More Said the Baby
by Vera B. William

5. Peekaboo Morning
by Rachel Isadora
Peekaboo Morning

Do you have a favorite diverse board book? We'd love to hear about it in the comments!


  1. Oh these are great suggestions. Thanks so much for joining us again on the hop. I will have to have a think about our favourite board books. At the moment it would have to be the Babylit books, Pride and Prejudice and Romeo and Juliet, they are hilarious. Cheers Julie

  2. It's nice to see a list of board books. Sometimes it seems they're so easily forgotten. I love your selection. My daughter would have really enjoyed these.

    1. Very true and we'll try to be better about including more board books in the future. Thanks for commenting!

  3. Oh, I love A Your Adorable. There's a song that goes with it and my kids and I love singing it all together. Thanks for linking your post in the Kid Lit Blog Hop.

    1. Sounds like fun, Renee! Thanks for hosting the Kid Lit Blog Hop--we love being a part of it :)

  4. These all look adorable! I've wanted to see Global Babies for years now. One of my favorite diverse board books is "Carry Me" by Rena D. Grossman.

    1. Thanks for your comment and that title. We'll definitely take a look at "Carry Me"!