First Known Use of picture-book
Recent Examples of picture book from the Web
Her unique technique is again on display in this picture book that celebrates one of the harbingers of spring: birds building nests.
First major museum exhibition devoted to art found within pages of African-American children's picture books.
In Joyce Wan’s 2015 picture book, The Whale in My Swimming Pool, a large and very round blue whale sits on top of a boy’s tiny play pool, spouting water out of its blowhole.
The picture book tells the tale of how the Peep helps the Easter Bunny every year to make a special celebration for kids around the world.
The parody picture book takes aim at the vice president for his conservative stances on LGBTQ issues, depicting pet bunny Marlon Bundo's budding romantic relationship with another male bunny.
Print books make excellent gifts, too — and few experiences are as intimate as reading a picture book with a small child on one’s lap.
In this wordless graphic novel-style picture book, Grace’s class wants a new hamster.
Rykiel’s cheeky picture book Dictionnaire Deglingue, published in 2011, is the inspiration behind a new capsule collection created in her honor, called the Manifesto.
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First Known Use of picture book
PICTURE-BOOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of picture-book for English Language Learners
: very pretty or charming : like a picture in a picture book
Definition of picture book for English Language Learners
: a book that has many pictures and is usually for children
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