0 Childrens Books for 5 Year olds from Abrams Books

You know them Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Tilly the Trickster. But there is a little more to Abrams Books that meets the eye.

Founded by Harry N. Abrams in 1949, Abrams was the first company in the United States to specialize in the creation and distribution of art books.

Abrams Books publishes illustrated books on the subjects of art, architecture, photography, graphic design, interior and garden design, fashion, music, comic arts and graphic novels, and sports.

Abrams Books for Young Readers was launched in 1999. The books range from story books to poetry to the fine arts and other nonfiction. Some highlights of this award-winning children’s line for preschool to middlegrade readers include the bestselling Enigma by Graeme Base; Heart to Heart: New Poems Inspired by 20th–Century American Art, 2002 winner of the coveted Michael J. Printz Honor Award;[36] Maritcha by Tonya Bolden, 2006 winner of the Coretta Scott King Honor Award; The Jellybeans and the Big Dance by bestselling author Laura Numeroff; and Laurent de Brunhoff’s Babar's Museum of Art.

Our favorites are Tilly the Trickster and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. We're just sayin'.


Sorry...no toys from this manufacturer match this specific age. We are very particular about matching toys to a child's development. It doesn't mean the toys are not great, it just means that the child may not get the most out of them.