Here are some of Minipreneur’s favourite picture books this month.

The Weather: Pop-up Book by Maike Biederstädt

From stormy seas to a vivid rainbow, weather’s most exciting moments come to life in this fantastic new pop-up book.

The Weather: Pop-up Book by Maike Biederstädt takes book engineering to new heights as readers are immersed in five electrifying weather scenarios.

As each spread unfolds, a meticulously designed landscape emerges with each page featuring an informative description of its weather event and the book closes with sobering commentary on the effects of climate change.

£19.99 published by Prestel

Where is Everyone by Tom Schamp

The celebrated illustrator, Tom Schamp, has turned everyday objects inside out in marvellously zany ways in his latest lift-the-flap board book.

Each highly-detailed whimsical illustration offers a chance to explore, discuss and giggle at the unexpected.

Every page will encourage kids to think creatively and differently about the world around them and the possibilities that lie hidden in the things we see every day.

£10.99 published by Prestel

The Day Time Stopped by Flavia Ruotolo

In different time zones but at the same single moment on Earth, this brightly coloured book hops across the globe to deliver a simple but profound message about diversity. Minipreneur loves learning about the world so this is the perfect picture book to introduce him to some early geography.

When time stops, people and animals are frozen in action – captured by this book’s warm, quirky illustrations and clever, time-stamped captions.

In this playful introduction to time zones, hemispheres and life in different climates, kids will identify with all the ordinary things going on at the same time on our extraordinary planet Earth.

£10.99 published by Prestel

Before I Wake Up… by Britta Teckentrup

This book is a dreamy, colourful nighttime journey that will captivate and soothe young children everywhere. Award-winning children’s illustrator Britta Teckentrup’s collage-like artwork creates a magical world of captivating colours, classic shapes and softly detailed textures. The gently told story reassures children that they are never alone, even in their dreams.

£6.99 published by Prestel

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