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Where the Wild Things Really Are: Maurice Sendak Illustrates the Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm
Where the Wild Things Really Are: Maurice Sendak Illustrates the Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm

A dialogue in darkness and light across two centuries of magic and genius.

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Beastly Verse: From Lewis Carroll to William Blake, Beloved Poems About Animals in Vibrant and Unusual Illustrations
Beastly Verse: From Lewis Carroll to William Blake, Beloved Poems About Animals in Vibrant and Unusual Illustrations

“Stories are a meal. But poetry is a glass of water, perhaps even a single drop that will save your life.”

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The Storm Whale: A Tender Illustrated Story of Loneliness, Loss, Single-Parenting, and the Redemptive Power of Love
The Storm Whale: A Tender Illustrated Story of Loneliness, Loss, Single-Parenting, and the Redemptive Power of Love

A sweet celebration of what it takes to feel at home in one’s own life.

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Tell Me What to Dream About: An Illustrated Nocturnal Adventure of Imaginative Possibility
Tell Me What to Dream About: An Illustrated Nocturnal Adventure of Imaginative Possibility

Because who doesn’t want to be eating teeny-tiny waffles surrounded by teeny-tiny animals?

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The Sea: A Sweet Wordless Story about Pursuit and Surrender, Dread and Desire, Disappointment and Triumph
The Sea: A Sweet Wordless Story about Pursuit and Surrender, Dread and Desire, Disappointment and Triumph

From the compound to the cosmos, a playful celebration of life’s complementary experiences disguised as counterpoints.

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Outstanding in the Rain: A Die-Cut Adventure in Words and Meaning
Outstanding in the Rain: A Die-Cut Adventure in Words and Meaning

How to turn an ice man into a nice man.

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