Etsy: An Unlikely Source for Children's Books

Etsy: An Unlikely Source for Children's Books

Carrie McBride
Jul 1, 2013

Etsy might not be the first place you'd think of to buy children's books but there's a surprisingly interesting selection, mostly from small or indie publishers or published by the authors themselves. You can find a few online reviews for some of these but it is a bit more of a gamble, which is kind of the fun part.

Here are ten that look promising to me:

Row One:
The Last Keyhole by Robin Robinson ($15)
Stumble Trip Fall by Robert Scully ($10)
The King's Sixth Finger by Jolby & Rachel Roellke, illustrated by Jolby ($7.99)
What Will Hatch? by Jennifer Ward, illustrated by Susie Ghahremani ($18)
Harvey the Child Mime by Loryn Brantz ($20) 

Row Two:
Mouse Island by Noni Smith, illustrated by David Scheirer ($16)
Silly Billy Panda Bear by Jessica Currie, illustrated by Adrian Hogan ($28.38)
Owl Know How by Cat Rabbit & Isobel Knowles ($23.65)
Who Are You Going to be Today Olive by Marisa Haedike ($26.95) 
Plain Giraffe by Anneke Huisman ($22)

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