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."...
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.
Following award-winning artist biographies Degas and the Dance, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Cezanne, an exciting new book from Abrams Books for Young Readers looks at Andy Warhol. A leader of the American art movement known as Pop, short for "popular culture," Warhol changed the way we think of art. Assisted by photographs taken of Warhol throughout his life, and examples of his early drawings and best-known works, Susan Goldman Rubin traces his rise from poverty to wealth, and from obscurity to fame.
Discover how all kinds of animals bathe in this playful exploration of bath time in the animal kingdom! Learn how tiny shrimp aid eels in keeping their teeth squeaky clean, and how schools of fish help sharks stay spic and span.