A picture book in the tradition of “The Little Prince” delivers minimalist philosophical lessons on power.
A picture book presents a new perspective on the adventure-filled tale behind the first Thanksgiving.
A stylish new picture book shows boys that it’s OK to express their softer feelings.
New picture books include “Thank You and Good Night” and “Finding Monkey Moon.”
New picture books include “A Bear’s Year” and “I Love You Already!”
New picture-book biographies recount the lives of the first computer programmer, an Alvin Ailey dancer and a blue-eyed singer from Hoboken named Frankie.
A late-arriving sequel to the classic “Caps for Sale” reunites a peddler and some mischievous monkeys.
Here are the winners of the New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Books Awards for 2015.
In new picture books and a reissue, ghosts, witches and zombies bring the frights and the fun.
New picture books include “Pepper & Poe” and “Mr. Postmouse’s Rounds.”
A picture book biography of the Mexican artist who popularized Day of the Dead calaveras draws on the appeal of skulls and skeletons to the young.
A graphic novel set in the 1970s shows a kind of childhood long gone, but not so long ago.
Enchanting new bilingual picture books in Spanish and English include a reissued collection from the United States poet laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera.
The former first daughter offers young people a guide to making a difference in the world.
New picture books include “Boats for Papa” and “Bug in a Vacuum.”
The fashion designers Elsa Schiaparelli and Coco Chanel — larger-than-life figures who were real-life rivals — are the subjects of two new biographies for children.
New interactive books feature a tumble of dogs, a crazy dancing menagerie, a house being built and more.
A picture book captures the bittersweet mood of the end of summer.
New picture books include “Two Mice” and “The Great and Mighty Nikko!”
New picture books include “Music Class Today!” and “Dad’s First Day.”