A lonely girl draws a magic door on her bedroom wall and through it escapes into a world where wonder, adventure, and danger abound. Red marker in hand, she creates a boat, a balloon, and a flying carpet that carry her on a spectacular journey toward an uncertain destiny. When she is captured by a sinister emperor, only an act of tremendous courage and kindness can set her free.
This classic, much-loved board book without text leads young children through the rhythms of the day. The fun, simple illustrations show children doing everyday activities such as getting up, having breakfast, feeding the ducks, making lunch, playing and enjoying a bedtime story. This chunky book is perfect for little hands, and children will love to spot the detail in each picture.
Hocus Pocus, a rabbit who lives inside a magician’s hat, is about to board a train when he’s surprised to spy another rabbit nearby. Though he’s disappointed when he realizes it’s actually only a stuffed rabbit (which clever young readers will know all along!), Hocus Pocus soon comes to understand it’s a treasured toy that has been accidentally left behind by a small child, and he quickly jumps into action to try and reunite the two.
If a camel gets angry, he will throw up green gastric juice over you. A sloth moves so slowly that green algae grows in his fur. Even a blind chameleon takes the color of its surroundings. Bologna Ragazzi Award winner Marije Tolman, creator of The Tree House and The Island, illustrates in her distinctive style curious, funny, bizarre, unbelievable, disgusting and weird facts about fifty different animals. The animal facts are straightforward nonfiction, Marije Tolman’s illustrations are pure fantasy, creating a combination that is sure to engage readers.
In Sydney, Australia, and in Morocco, two boys and their families have a day of shopping. Readers are invited to compare illustrations in two wordless stories that are intended to be read one from left to right and the other from right to left.
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A polar bear rides on a whale to get to a marvelous treehouse, and more and more animals come to join him there.
A non-fiction journey through the musical universe, Jukebox is filled with details, revealing as much about the people who listen to music as it does about those who create it. From disco to opera, hip hop to jazz, David Merveille’s unique style makes this practically wordless book sing.
While trying to retrieve his new book from a thieving alien, Polo has a series of adventures and eventually helps the alien and his people.
A Wordless book about a rainy day.