Children’s literature encompasses a wide spectrum, with board books for toddlers on one side, adults books considered “crossover” books for teens on the other, and lots of other books in between (picture books, beginning readers, chapter books, middle-grade novels, YA novels).
Arguably, board books are the least covered stop on the spectrum, challenged only by beginning readers. For one reason or another, picture books and novels get more attention.
Abrams Books for Young Readers, however, has a relatively new imprint called Appleseed. They’ve published books for children from birth to 5 years old, primarily board books, for the ...
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