In this sweet histoire d’amour with photographs by Stephanie Rausser, a little girl and her doll travel to the City of Light. Whether dining à deux at Cafe de Flore or riding the carousel in Montmartre, the duo reminds us of the importance of friendship.
Poor Mr. Prickles. His woodland friends won’t let him play in their frontier games. Loneliness and anger take over until he befriends Miss Pointypants. There’s no need for anger management when you find true love.
Are your kids ready to rock? When they follow Vernick’s careful instructions on how to strut on stage like a real rock ’n’ roller and sign autographs with a squibble, they might just be the next big thing.
Prince Viridian mourns the loss of color from his kingdom and enlists the help of a wooglefoof to return his home to its former glory. The inset detailed cartoons, reminiscent of Coraline, look as if they are from another realm.
A precocious bossy boots and a good-natured Bear take long bike rides and fox-trot under the stars. Comprising five charming stories with delicate illustrations by Freya Blackwood, this book promises to send your little off to sleep without a peep.
Cleverly told with epic illustrations by David Small, this book follows young Elliot as he decides to adopt a penguin from the aquarium. He’ll go to incredible lengths to hide Magellan from his father, only to discover Dad is fairly understanding about exotic pets.
Written in both English and Japanese with gorgeous illustrations, the tale follows Sora, who climbs a tree and drifts on a cloud above San Francisco for a bird’s-eye view of a festival of kites, skyscrapers, and even the Golden Gate Bridge.