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Pinocchio: An Alternative Origin Story Exploring the Grandest Questions of Existence
Pinocchio: An Alternative Origin Story Exploring the Grandest Questions of Existence

A lyrical illustrated cosmogony serenading the ephemeral and the eternal.

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Daytime Visions: A Tender and Unusual Illustrated Alphabet Celebrating the Whimsy of Words
Daytime Visions: A Tender and Unusual Illustrated Alphabet Celebrating the Whimsy of Words

“Words are a wonderful kind of glue.”

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The Best Children’s Books of 2015
The Best Children’s Books of 2015

From power-hungry sheep to power-hungry tigers, by way of ghosts, E.E. Cummings, and the unseen Dr. Seuss.

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Louis I, King of the Sheep: An Illustrated Parable of How Power Changes Those in Power
Louis I, King of the Sheep: An Illustrated Parable of How Power Changes Those in Power

A subtle reminder that we are separated from those less fortunate than us by little more than unmerited cosmic odds.

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Why Dogs Have Wet Noses: An Irreverent Illustrated Reimagining of Noah’s Ark
Why Dogs Have Wet Noses: An Irreverent Illustrated Reimagining of Noah’s Ark

Forty days and forty nights of loyalty and love.

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Strong as a Bear: An Illustrated Celebration of Animals and Their Emotional Presence in Language
Strong as a Bear: An Illustrated Celebration of Animals and Their Emotional Presence in Language

Free as a bird, busy as a bee, and the rest of the metaphorical menagerie of the human imagination.

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Cry, Heart, But Never Break: A Remarkable Illustrated Meditation on Loss and Life
Cry, Heart, But Never Break: A Remarkable Illustrated Meditation on Loss and Life

“Who would enjoy the sun if it never rained? Who would yearn for the day if there were no night?”

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The Tiger Who Would Be King: James Thurber’s Poignant 1927 Parable of the Destructive Hunger for Power, Reimagined in Stunning New Illustrations
The Tiger Who Would Be King: James Thurber’s Poignant 1927 Parable of the Destructive Hunger for Power, Reimagined in Stunning New Illustrations

A timeless text of acute timeliness, brought to life in a visual masterwork of traditional technique and imaginative ingenuity.

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An Illustrated Tour of New York City from a Dog’s Point of View
An Illustrated Tour of New York City from a Dog’s Point of View

A vibrant concentration of humanity, seen through earnest eyes of wonderment and infectious enthusiasm.

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The Blue Whale: A Loving Science Lullaby for Our Planet’s Largest-Hearted Creature
The Blue Whale: A Loving Science Lullaby for Our Planet’s Largest-Hearted Creature

An affectionate tour of an alternate universe right here on earth, where it’s possible to grow by nine pounds an hour and never sleep.

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