Summertime and reading just go together. Whether you’re a kid doing your library’s summer reading challenge or a mom giving yourself a break to dive into a good page-turner. With summer approaching, it feels like the right time to consider adding new kid’s books to your library list or your home collection.
Which is why we rounded up ten of our favorite kid’s books that are new this spring and summer. From #OwnVoices books celebrating a diversity of experiences to playful and colorful new releases with important lessons (from some authors you might recognize). Plus, we love how all the covers would be fun and bright additions to any child’s playroom or bedroom bookshelf.
Read on for 10 of our favorite new kid’s books to add to your family’s reading list this summer.
The same duo who wrote the awarded Last Stop on Market Street are out with a new book. In this story, we follow Milo on a bus ride with his sister as he imagines the lives of the other riders. But he soon realizes we can't know everything about someone just by looking at them.
Combine one of our favorite kid's book series with one of our favorite funny moms, and this Little People, Big Dreams biography of Mindy Kaling feels like a must-buy.
Pre-order now for its July release.
Author Dawn Masi's gorgeous illustrations complement this lyrical story—and alphabet lesson—as they follow girls around the world.
From the company addressing the tough topics like racism, gender-identity, anxiety, and more in their "A Kids Book About" series, comes a new board book collection for younger kids. The new series launches this summer covering topics like sharing, family, fear, and bravery.
This post was in partnership with Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group but all of the opinions within are those of The Everymom editorial board. We only recommend products we genuinely love.