Top Ten Favorite Picture Books I Read in 2012

Today over at The Broke and the Bookish is Top Ten Tuesday.

Today’s meme is Top Ten Favorite Books of 2012.

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What were some of your favorite picture books this year?

Here are 10 of mine.

Little Bird

1.  Little Bird — A sweet and beautiful book that I have loved reading over and over again with my son.

nighttime ninja

2.  Nighttime Ninja — A beautiful book that made me laugh and has taught my son how to be, “quiet like a ninja.”

The Insomniacs

3.  The Insomniacs — Another beautiful, creative, and fun book about a family learning to do what works best for them.

Old Robert and the Sea-Silly Cats

4.  Old Robert and the Sea-Silly Cats — A simple, beautiful, and rhythmic book that is enchanting and lovely.

NurseryRhymeComics

5.  Nursery Rhyme Comics — Funny, smart, and creative.  This book puts new life into nursery rhymes and makes reading them to my son a joy.

TheAmazingHamweenie6.  The Amazing Hamweenie — A wonderful work of art, creativity, and humor.  My son can now recite this book with its impressive vocabulary.  I’m floored every time I hear him “read” it to me.

Cecil the Pet Glacier7.  Cecil the Pet Glacier — A fun and whimsical book with beautifully done artwork and fantastic vocabulary.  My two-year-old son now pretends that he’s working in his topiary garden.  It’s wonderful and surprising.

Red Knit Cap Girl8.  Red Knit Cap Girl — This is such a beautiful book — both artwork wise and text.  It’s a great book to read when you want to experience beauty.

Milo's Hat Trick9.  Milo’s Hat Trick — This is a fun and sweet book that we read over and over again.  It makes me smile every time we read it.

The Hero of Little Street10.  The Hero of Little Street — This is a wonderful wordless picture book to experience with my son.  The artwork is beautiful and we get to create our own text.  Just today my son and I pretended to play flutes and summon all the dogs.  So much fun!

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FTC Disclosures: Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links.” If you click on the link and purchase the book, I will receive an affiliate commission.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

17 comments

  1. Amy

    I’ve only read Red Knit Cap Girl! Sometimes I can’t believe how many picture books I still haven’t read because it feels like I’m reading them ALL THE TIME! :-) I do have Nighttime Ninja on hold at the library though, and now I’ll definitely be checking out the others you mentioned as well.

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  2. I loved The Insomniacs, especially the illustrations! (I’m such a night owl that I wish it were possible I could do the same as the family in the book.) I will have to check out some others on your list here — they all look like cute stories with wonderful artwork to boot.

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