C.K. reviews his favorite historical fiction children’s picture books. Book topics range from slavery in America to a young girl living in Paris dreaming of becoming a tightrope walker. 

These books all have a way of immersing the reader into the moment in time that the story takes place. These stories are not afraid to be honest about subjects that can be difficult to discuss. Your kids will undoubtedly ask questions while reading these stories with you, which is a wonderful thing! 

C.K. reviews his some of his favorite board books for toddlers and babies. The list features old favorites from Margaret Wise Brown and Eric Carle, as well as works from Sandra Boynton and Bill Martin Jr.

Th books on this list is specifically for newborns through age 4. Rhyming, simple word repetition, vivid colors, and unique page textures are all elements I looked for when curating this list. Your young ones are sure to enjoy these books!

Picture Book Reviews