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.
Two friends, Serafin and Plum, and a hamster named Hercules, find themselves in a strange town where they are not welcome because they don't have identification. Chaos ensues when they build a fence-making machine that fences in all the bureaucrats! With illustrations and story by the beloved French artist Philippe Fix.
Like Kate and Leo on the Titanic, Omer and Ambara are teen passengers on the ship Bulugley. They fall in love and are unable to marry because of a rift between their families. Little do they know that family strife is the least of their worries . . .
Now a major motion picture, this is the story of 10-year-old Auggie Pullman, who was born with severe facial abnormalities. Though not expected to survive, he does, and goes from being home-schooled to finally entering fifth grade at a private school. There he learns to endure the taunts, bullying and fear of his classmates.
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.
Book one in a gorgeous series on Islamic culture for kids features stories of the prophets. This volume tells the story of Adam according to Islamic tradition and features lush illustrations and vocalized text for easier reading.
Once upon a time, a rich, powerful king asks his three daughters what is more important: power/money or brain/thinking? To the king's delight, two say power and riches. The third, and youngest, says thinking and intelligence. The king is furious and orders her to marry the poorest man in the kingdom -- Hassan, who is so poor he can only eat...
Nature enthusiasts will learn about endangered species, natural disasters, current issues in environmental protection, and even a brief history of the Olympics in this book chock full of color photographs and cool facts.
Young adventurers can explore volcanoes, mountains, valleys, oceans and rivers in this easy to read book illustrated with real color photographs.
A gorgeous series on Islamic culture for kids features the stories of the prophets. This volume tells the story of Solomon according to Islamic tradition and offers vocalized text for easier reading and lush illustrations.