The OMGMust-Have Children’s Books Straight from Tate Modern!

We here at were fortunate enough to take a recent trip to the Tate Modern gallery in London.

And while we were browsing around, something caught our eye…

Tons and tons of OMGamazing children’s books!

Why, it was enough to bring a tear of joy to an OMGbookworm’s eye.

There were so many wonderful options, that we had to add them to our OMGstore so all of you OMGparents can share these treasures with your favorite early readers.

Here’s just a small selection of the wonderful books that Tate Modern had to offer. We promise that you and your OMGchild will adore reading these as much as you love the beautiful book designs!

Famous Dutch artist Dick Bruna brings colors and shapes to life in this wonderful book for children ages 2 and up. Published by Tate Publishing, the museum's own label.

This children's book comes from Candlewick Press and tells the story of an owl who is looking for his lost mother. A wonderful way to teach children about different animals. Author and designer Chris Haughton uses a combination of pencil and digital tools to make the story come alive.

Czech author and illustrator Petr Horacek tells the wonderfully simple story of two worms who learn lessons of friendship and sharing. The images are created through a beautifully resonant combination of illustration and collage.

The first children's book written and illustrated by renowned artist Yoshitomo Nara. This book tells a friendship tale of a dog who is hiding in plain sight and the girl who notices him.

Written by Sean Taylor and illustrated by Jimmy Liao, this book tells the story of a young girl who has to trick her stuffed animals into falling asleep. This book, published by Candlewick Press, was nominated as one of Amazon's top books of the month.

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