Tuesday, April 27, 2021

April Childlit Book Releases

Over the last few days, I found even more books releasing this month, but just had to give up and go with what I had. Overwhelm, folks. Books are turning up for May and June all over the place. This clearly must be high season for book publishing.

April 1  The Thingity-Jig, Kathleen Doherty, Kristyna Litten illustrations, Peachtree






April 6 No Way, They Were Gay? Hidden Lives and Secret Loves, Lee Wind, Zest/Lerner






April 6 When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Peach Pie, Erin Soderburg Downing, Pixel+Ink






April 6 Unicorn Famous, Dana Simpson, Andrews McMeel






April 6 View From Pagoda Hill, Michaela MacColl, Calkins Creek/Penguin Random House 






April 6 Go the Distance, Jen Calonita, Disney-Hyperion






April 6 Murder on the Baltimore Express, Suzanne Jurmain, Yellow Jacket/Simon & Schuster






April 6 Zoey Rosenthal Is Not Lawful Good, Nancy Werlin, Candlewick






 April 6 The Outdoor Scientists: Observing the Natural World, Temple Grandin, Philomel/Penguin Random House






April 6 The Great Cookie War, Caroline Stellings, Second Story Press 






April 6 Remedy, Eireann Corrigan, Scholastic 






April 13 Amira's Picture Day, Reem Faruqi, Fahmida Azim illustrations, Holiday House 






April 13 Leonard: My Life as a Cat, Carlie Sorosiak, Walker Books/Penguin Random House






April 13 Yang Warriors, Kao Kalia Yang, Billy Thao illustrations, University of Minnesota Press  






 April 13, Sweet Pea Summer, Hazel Mitchell, Candlewick 







April 15 The Color Collector, Nicholas Solis, Renia Metallinoy illustrations, Sleeping Bear Press






April 15 Camp Average: Away Games, Craig Battle, Owl Kids






April 20  Even the Smallest Will Grow, Lita Judge, Simon & Schuster






April 20 Bracelets for Bina's Brothers, Rajani LaRocca, Chaaya Prabhat illustrations, Charlesbridge 






April 27 Summertime Sleepers, Melissa Stewart, Sarah Brannen illustrations, Charlesbridge





April 27 Rescue at Wild Lake, Terry Lynn Johnson, HMH







April 27 River Magic, Ellen Booraem, Penguin Random House






April 27 Outdoor School: Rock, Fossil, and Shell Hunting, Jen Swanson, John D. Dawson illustrations, Macmillan





April 27 Horse Power: How Horses Changed the World, Jennifer Thermes, Abrams


Ms. Yingling said...

July is looking a little sparse. Maybe it's just early!

Gail Gauthier said...

Just before Christmas was slow, too. That makes sense--slow down for summer vacations and slow down for the winter holidays.