Edward Gorey's abecedarian book featuring 26 children (each one represented by a letter of the alphabet) and their untimely deaths is now available in German. One of his best-known books, each morbidly humorous, rhyming couplet is accompanied by the author's distinctive illustrations. It's really quite fantastic!
Originally published in English by The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), this beautifully illustrated book immerses the reader in eight paper cutout artworks by Henri Matisse, including three oversized foldout pages, created by the artist using scissors and painted paper.
Rufus lives his bat life in black and white until he happens upon an outdoor movie theater where he is dazzled by the world of color for the first time. A beautiful story about self-acceptance written and illustrated by the legendary Tomi Ungerer.
The heart-warming, award-winning tale of the odd dog who just doesn't seem to fit in. She packs her suitcase and travels the world trying to find her place in it. A story about being yourself and making your own path. The English language book received the BSC Festival of Literature Picture Book Award 2017, and was shortlisted...
A collection of popular Somali folktales that have been passed from generation to generation. The stories center on a cowardly man who was still very wise and talented to survive the hostile Somali nomadic environment. Bilingual English/Somali.
The classic fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen can be found in this beautifully illustrated, hardcover book. The collection includes The Emperor's New Clothes, The Ugly Duckling, The Little Mermaid, Thumbelina, and more.
Nour doesn't like the word "no". Everyone is always telling her "no," so she decides to come up with more positive ways to say that you can't do something without saying the word.