Picture Books With Adult Appeal

Picture Books With Adult Appeal

Most adults fondly remember favorite books from their childhood. These picture books are enjoyed by readers of all ages.

  • Miss Nelson is Missing by Harry Allard
  • The Eleventh Hour: a Curious Mystery by Graeme Base
  • The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams Bianco
  • The Wall by Eve Bunting
  • Duck for President by Doreen Cronin
  • Nana Upstairs, Nana Downstairs by Tomie de Paola
  • Olivia by Ian Falconer
  • Too Many Pears! by Jackie French
  • Traction Man is Here! by Mini Grey
  • Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes
  • Sister Anne's Hands by Mary Beth Lorbiecki
  • One Morning in Maine by Robert McCloskey
  • The Boy who was Raised by Librarians by Carla Morris
  • Love You Forever by Robert N. Munsch
  • Do Not Open This Book by Michaela Muntean
  • Wind Child by Shirley Rousseau Murphy
  • The Three Questions by John J. Muth
  • 17 Things I'm Not Allowed to Do Anymore by Jenny Offill
  • The Wump World by Bill Peet
  • Cinderella by Charles Perault
  • Pink and Say by Patricia Polacco
  • Officer Buckle and Gloria by Peggy Rathmann
  • The Talking Eggs by Robert D. San Souci
  • Skippyjon Jones by Judith Byron Schachner
  • Science Verse by Jon Scieszka
  • Moongirl by Henry Selick
  • Oh the Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss
  • John, Paul, George & Ben by Lane Smith
  • Tops and Bottoms by Janet Stevens
  • Wings by Shinsuke Tanaka
  • The Garden of Abdul Gasazi by Chris Van Allsburg
  • Scaredy Squirrel by Melanie Watt
  • The Three Pigs by David Wiesner
  • Fox by Margaret Wild
  • The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey by Susan Wojciechowski

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