The New York Times® Bestsellers Children’s Picture Books For the Week of October 11, 2015


THE DAY THE CRAYONS CAME HOME, by Drew Daywalt. Illustrated by
Oliver Jeffers. (Philomel.) A reunion of wayward colors. (Ages 3 to 7)

PETE THE CAT: FIVE LITTLE PUMPKINS, by James Dean. (HarperCollins.) Pete takes on a favorite children’s song. (Ages 4 to 8)


THE RABBIT WHO WANTS TO FALL ASLEEP, by Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin. Illustrated by Irina Maununen. (Crown.) A bedtime-resistant bunny is lulled to sleep by Uncle Yawn. (Ages 3 to 7)



THE DAY THE CRAYONS QUIT, by Drew Daywalt. Illustrated by Oliver Jeffers. (Philomel.) Problems arise when Duncan’s crayons revolt. (Ages 3 to 7)


WHAT PET SHOULD I GET?, by Dr. Seuss. (Random House.) A book not published during Theodor Geisel’s lifetime looks to children and their fascination with animals. (Ages 4 and up)


WAITING, by Kevin Henkes. (Greenwillow/HarperCollins.) Toys cool their heels on the windowsill. (Ages 4 to 8)


MAX THE BRAVE, by Ed Vere. (Sourcebooks/Jabberwocky.) A kitten tries to figure out what a mouse is. (Ages 3 to 6)


THE BOOK WITH NO PICTURES, by B. J. Novak. (Dial.) Silly songs and sound effects in a book without images. (Ages 4 to 8)


THE WONDERFUL THINGS YOU WILL BE, by Emily Winfield Martin. (Random House.) A celebration of future possibilities. (Ages 3 to 7)


PRESS HERE, by Hervé Tullet. (Handprint/Chronicle.) A whimsical dance of color and motion, at the touch of a finger. (Ages 4 to 8)

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