Stories of the Night

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Gecko Press #ad - Tell me three good night stories, please, please, please, " says Little Bear. Finally, little bear falls asleep, and there in bed beside her are her new storybook friends. In the third we meet bo, the little man with the big overcoat, who finds it hard to sleep. But who tells the night guardian when it's bedtime? The second story is about the brave girl Zhara who seeks the forest's most delicious blackberries.

. Three!?" says her mother. Stories of the night is a modern fairy-tale storybook set in the magical illustrations of Kitty Crowther. Yes―i said please three times!" first, Little Bear hears the story of the Night Guardian, who lives in the woods and makes sure all animals go to bed.

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Time for Bed, Miyuki

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Princeton Architectural Press #ad - Like children everywhere, when she remembers all the things she has to do before she can possibly go to bed: she needs to water the vegetables, Miyuki's imagination peaks at bedtime, gather snails, and prepare for the arrival of the Dragonfly Queen. Her patient grandfather follows along on her adventures, gently encouraging her to go to sleep.

Time for Bed, Miyuki #ad - In this beautiful story about family, nature, and love, young children and their parents find a welcome companion for their own bedtime journey.

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A Big Mooncake for Little Star

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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers #ad - Seira wilson, bestselling author-illustrator grace lin Pat, Amazon EditorA Caldecott Honor Book! A gorgeous picture book that tells a whimsical origin story of the phases of the moon, from award-winning, pat, pat. Little star's soft feet tiptoed to the Big Mooncake. Little star loves the delicious Mooncake that she bakes with her mama.

A Big Mooncake for Little Star #ad - . A stunning caldecott honor-winning picture book that shows children the phases of the moon through the story of a little girl and a big mooncake. But she's not supposed to eat any yet! what happens when she can't resist a nibble?In this stunning picture book that shines as bright as the stars in the sky, Newbery Honor author Grace Lin creates a heartwarming original story that explains phases of the moon.

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Poe Won't Go

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Disney-Hyperion #ad - When an elephant plants himself in the road and refuses to move, the people of Prickly Valley try all sorts of methods to get him to go-but one thoughtful little girl works up the courage to do what no one else has done: ask him. Balancing both hilarity and sensitivity, power in listening, reminding readers that there is power in one, Poe Won't Go has the feel of a contemporary classic, and power in being a friend.

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The Forest

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Enchanted Lion Books #ad - Vidali enjoys botanical gardens and spends his spare time building kites that rarely fly. Here, cutouts, embossing, sensory experience and the textures of the material world are rendered through die-cuts, and two gatefolds. A lyrical book about the adventure of life, The Forest is also a magnificent visual work, both painterly and a technical feat of paper engineering.

He is a journalist for the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera. Violeta lópiz is an illustrator from the Spanish island of Ibiza. Her beautifully textured work is filled with personality and playfulness. Valerio vidali is an Italian illustrator based in Berlin. A beautifully considered work. Riccardo bozzi was born in Milan in 1966.

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Door: Wordless Children’s Picture Book, Adventure, Friendship

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Chronicle Books #ad - Using magical realism, this book reminds us not to fear others. Jihyeon lee's first book, a usbby outstanding international book, an npr best book of the Year, Pool, was a New York Times Notable Children's Book of the Year, an ALA Notable, and won the Society of Illustrators Gold Medal for Original Art.

Reminds readers that curiosity and open-mindedness are the keys to adventure and friendship• Teaches children to keep their minds and hearts open• Messages of adventure, friendship and facing fearsThose who enjoy The Wall in the Middle of the Book and Pool will love this book. Parents, teachers and librarians will enjoy sharing this book with kids• Lovely gift for artists, designers and illustrators, design, Asian, wordless art, or anyone who appreciates art• Collectors of picture books, international and world books will want a copy of this book .

Door: Wordless Children’s Picture Book, Adventure, Friendship #ad - A new york times editors' choice book!"this remarkable wordless picture book bursts with buoyant energy as a boy finds the key to a long-unopened door and makes his way from drabness to a joyful, magical land. The new york times book reviewwhat's on the other side of the door? There's only one way to find out: You have to go through it.

Here she takes readers on another journey into an unexpected world—without words. Delicate, intricate, and whimsical drawings transform from grays to vivid color as a curious child goes through a mysterious door and discovers that open-mindedness is the key to adventure and friendship. Jihyeon lee's debut book, Pool, was lauded as a wordless masterpiece.

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Tiger vs. Nightmare

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First Second #ad - A 2019 theodor seuss Geisel Honor book, Tiger vs. Nightmare tells a story of bravery and teamwork and fighting nightmares in a graphic novel for young readers. Seira wilson, amazon editora 2019 theodor seuss geisel honor booka 2018 kirkus Reviews Best Picture Book of the YearA School Library Journal Best Graphic Novel of 2018Tiger is a very lucky kid: she has a monster living under her bed.

Of course, monster would never try to scare Tiger―that’s not what best friends do. But monster needs to scare someone…it’s a monster, after all. Thanks to her friend, Tiger has nothing but good dreams. Every night, tiger and Monster play games until it’s time for lights out. Only teamwork and a lot of bravery can chase this nightmare away.

Tiger vs. Nightmare #ad - In this charming graphic novel for young readers, cartoonist Emily Tetri proves that unlikely best friends can be an unbeatable team, even agianst the scariest monsters. But waiting in the darkness is a nightmare so big and mean that Monster can’t fight it alone. So while tiger sleeps, Monster scares all of her nightmares away.

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Potato Pants!

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Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) #ad - . A potato and his eggplant nemesis struggle to find the perfect pants in this hilarious, heartwarming tale of forgiveness by bestselling Geisel-Award winning creator Laurie Keller. Potato is excited because today―for one day only― Lance Vance’s Fancy Pants Store is selling. Potato pants!potato rushes over early, but just as he’s about to walk in, something makes him stop.

What could it be? find out in this one-of-a-kind story about misunderstandings and forgiveness, and―of course―Potato Pants!A Christy Ottaviano BookThis title has Common Core connections.

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The Wall in the Middle of the Book

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Dial Books #ad - When he's almost over his head and calling for help, who will come to his rescue? An individual who isn't as dangerous as the knight thought--from a side of the book that might just have some positive things to offer after all! A foolish knight is certain that his side of the wall is the safe side in this clever, amusingly meta picture book by the acclaimed creator of It's Only StanleyThere's a wall in the middle of the book, and worst of all, and our hero--a young knight--is sure that the wall protects his side of the book from the dangers of the other side--like an angry tiger and giant rhino, an ogre who would gobble him up in a second! But our knight doesn't seem to notice the crocodile and growing sea of water that are emerging on his side.

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Small Walt and Mo the Tow

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Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books #ad - But who does? mo the tow to the rescue! when we need a tow, we call on Mo… We can depend On our new friend! Text filled with onomatopoeia and Walt’s affirming chants make this story about friendship and accepting help from others a real winner. When a car skids off the road, Small Walt and Gus might not have what it takes to save the day on their own.

A snowbound town. Rosenthal’s drawings feel like a contemporary take on Virginia Lee Burton’s spirit. The new york times book review “children ages 3–7 will rejoice as in Marc Rosenthal’s retro illustrations the little plow surges into action, rays of purposeful energy shooting off his red chassis.

Small Walt and Mo the Tow #ad - The wall street journal “delightful, retro artwork and clever text offer another tribute to teamwork and friendship…Three dynamic duos: Gus and Walt; Sue and Mo; Verdick and Rosenthal. Kirkus reviews starred review small walt befriends a tow truck when he comes across a car in need of help in this irresistible companion to Small Walt, which Kirkus Reviews called “charming and endearing” in a starred review.

We’re gus and walt we plow and we salt We clear the snow so the Cars can go! A bitter blizzard.

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Presto and Zesto in Limboland

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Michael di Capua Books #ad - This marvelous tale tells the story of two friends, Presto and Zesto, and how they find themselves lost in the magical, mysterious place called Limboland. Author arthur yorinks said: “nearly twenty years ago, Maurice and I, inspired by our friendship, conceived this book about two friends making their way in a very mixed-up world.

The story indeed turns the world upside down and on its head as Presto and Zesto wander into the alternate universe of Limboland. And, in the best and most familiar Sendak and Yorinks tradition, the rest of the story is an attempt to find their way home past a jumbled cast of characters. It’s a joy. Publishers weekly starred reviewfans of maurice sendak's caldecott medal-winning Where the Wild Things Are will love Presto and Zesto in Limboland—a never-before-published picture book collaboration between Maurice Sendak and Arthur Yorinks, author of Caldecott Medal winner Hey, Al.

Presto and Zesto in Limboland #ad - . This is the third collaboration between yorinks and Sendak, following The Miami Giant 1995 and Mommy? 2006, and is an homage to their long-time friendship. An unexpected gift. Booklist starred review“the images hold some of the irrational, dreamlike childhood fears that Sendak returned to throughout his life as an artist, but Yorinks’s broad humor makes the menace as easy to push aside as a theater curtain.

Yorinks, using his trademark clever nonsense iced with irony, reveals a tale that links everything together in riotous fashion. The pictures are vintage Sendak: wry, wild, and with all sorts of mysteries tucked away in the corners.

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