Books by Lorena Siminovich

YOU KNOW WHAT I LOVE? by Lorena Siminovich
Released: Dec. 26, 2013

"Every child who has adored a singular doll will delight in Siminovich's gentle tale. Achingly lovely. (Picture book. 2-5)"
A doll's devotion to her little girl is lovingly expressed in this affectionate tale that's full of tender, quiet moments. Read full book review >
YOU ARE MY BABY by Lorena Siminovich
Released: March 1, 2013

"In both form and content, these two board books beautifully represent baby and grown-up bonding, whether human or animal. (Board book. 6 mos.-2)"
This split-level reading experience is a cozy delight. Read full book review >
MONKEY SEE, LOOK AT ME! by Lorena Siminovich
Released: July 5, 2012

"A sweet new title about friends and imaginative play. (Picture book. 1-3)"
This playful, gentle romp for the toddler set depicts a monkey encountering various animals and getting the last laugh. Read full book review >
I LIKE VEGETABLES by Lorena Siminovich
Released: March 8, 2011

"A satisfying crunch from a fully fleshed-out concept. (Board book. 1-4)"
Though the title suggests an earnest foray into nutritious eating, the reality is an interactive presentation of opposites, fresh from the ground up. Read full book review >
I LIKE FRUIT by Lorena Siminovich
Released: April 1, 2010

Siminovich's stylish collages join the plethora of concept books that marry food with color. Read full book review >

IN MY DEN by Sara Gillingham
Released: Aug. 12, 2009

A little felt brown-bear finger-puppet provides the narration in this companion to In My Pond and In My Nest (both 2009). Read full book review >

ALEX AND LULU by Lorena Siminovich
Released: March 1, 2009

Clean lines and muted colors lend a simple charm to Siminovich's flat cartoon illustrations—which compensates, at least in part, for her jackhammer style of lesson delivery. Read full book review >

IN MY POND by Sara Gillingham
Released: March 1, 2009

Taking "interactive" to the next level, Gillingham has designed a board book that incorporates both die-cuts and a fabric fish finger-puppet to engage baby listeners. Read full book review >