Kids + Teens

10 Charming Illustrations of Children Reading

Young readers are arguably the most important readers. Here are illustrations from some of our favorite children’s books of kids (and creatures) reading and sharing books!

 

Green is a Chile Pepper

From Green is a Chile Pepper by Roseanne Greenfield Thong, illustrated by John Parra

 

From Chloe, Instead by Micah Player

From Chloe, Instead by Micah Player

 

From This Is Not a Picture Book! by Sergio Ruzzier

From This Is Not a Picture Book! by Sergio Ruzzier

 

From Leo: A Ghost Story by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Christian Robinson

From Leo: A Ghost Story by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Christian Robinson

 

 

Round is a Mooncake by Roseanne Thong, illustrated by Grace Lin

From Round is a Mooncake by Roseanne Thong, illustrated by Grace Lin

 

 

 

 

From Peace, Baby! by Linda Ashman, illustrated by Joanne Lew-Vriethoff

From Peace, Baby! by Linda Ashman, illustrated by Joanne Lew-Vriethoff

 

 

From Open This Little Book by Jesse Klausmeier, illustrated by Suzy Lee

From Open This Little Book by Jesse Klausmeier, illustrated by Suzy Lee

 

 

From How to Be a Hero by Florence Parry Heide, illustrated by Chuck Groenink

From How to Be a Hero by Florence Parry Heide, illustrated by Chuck Groenink

 

Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns

From Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns by Hena Khan, illustrated by Mehrdokht Amini

 

How To Read a Strory

From How to Read a Story, written by Kate Messner, illustrated by Mark Siegel

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Lara Starr

Lara Starr

Lara Starr is Chronicle’s Senior Publicist for Children’s books, and the author of Wookiee Pies, Clone Scones and other Galactic Goodies, Ice Sabers, The Very Hungry Caterpillar™ Cookbook and Cookie Cutters Kit, and Chef Olivia™. Tell her you like her sweater and she’ll tell you exactly what she paid for it.
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