At Grand Central Station, Chief of Police George Coppola finds lost people, and Mr. Chidchester, head of the Lost and Found, finds lost dogs. Marino Marino makes oyster stew, while thinking up interesting math problems. A man...
The first edition was printed in 1968. The reader, adult or child, is completely involved and enters actively into the story through a series of pictures and prompts created by using different types of pierced and perforated ...
The fun adds up as New York is explored in this unique counting book and companion to the award- winning ABC NYC.
New York City comes to vibrant new life as children learn to count from one to twenty in this inventive follow-up to the IRA notable book ABC NYC. Using famous landmarks and exciting new places that readers will want to seek out when visiting, Joanne Dugan perfectly captures the concepts that come to children's minds as they roam the streets of the most exciting city in the world.
Including a comprehensive location list, 123 NYC inspires readers to look closely at the world around them and to see their own special landscape in a new way, all while celebrating the culturally diverse city of New York and all the children who inhabit it.
From the use of perspective to the invention of the paint tube, 13 examples of some of the most important breakthroughs in artistic technology offers kids an exciting new perspective on the world of art.
This lovingly restored 1960s children's classic takes design lovers of all ages on a fantastic journey via an imaginative and entertaining series of trades and swaps. The trades start small, with a tiny butterfly, and end up including absolutely everything in the world, from straw hats to the stars in the sky. A Balloon for a Blunderbuss is a beautifully woven sequence of entertaining text by Alastair Reid and bold illustrations by Bob Gill. It will delight the youngest and oldest of readers.
Mack is a type-A bear who is terribly over-scheduled. When he wakes up to find a boy on his back, he tells the boy, whose name is Zach: "Here's the deal...We've got no time to slack. Just look at this schedule, it's totally packed."...
It's never any use
to argue with . . .
. . . a moose!
A moose, an owl, and an elephant are just a few of the animals that show up in this stylish picture book. Todd McKie's art perfectly compliments Harriet Ziefert's and Fred Ehrlich's clever, silly rhymes.
Munari devised this lively book for children using large pictures, pages, and inserts of different sizes and varying holes to arouse the curiosity of the observer. The album elegantly tells the stories of three little birds who end up in a cage.