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New york [etc.] : Little, brown and company, 2019
New York [etc.] : Little Simon, 2019
New York : Nancy Paulsen books, 2019
Abstract: Welcome to a serene woodland where lots of expectant animal parents are in their "nesting" phase - that is, busy preparing safe, cozy homes for their growing families. As they dig, tunnel, gnaw, and gather, they create dens, burrows, lodges, and, of course, nests. Soon the woods are full of new little ones peeping, crawling, romping, and snuggling - and with artwork so gorgeous that it feels like an invitation into the scenery it's depicting, readers will be eager to join them in their beautiful home.
New York, Goodwin Books, 2018
New York : Viking , 2018
New York : Roaring Brook press, 2017
New York : Abrams Appleseed, 2017
Abstract: Beautifully illustrated by Madalena Moniz’s subtle watercolors, Today I Feel . . . follows a child through a whole range of emotions, from adored to curious to strong. Not all of the emotions are positive and not all of them are simple, but they are all honest and worthy of discussion with a young child.
New York : Simon & Shuster, 2014
New York : Enchanted lion books, 2014
Abstract: The Jacket is a book that needs to be a book. It's a book that pays tribute, in word and form, to all that a book is and can be. Once upon a time there was a girl who had a dog named Egg Cream. This girl loved her dog, but she also loved her special book. And Book loved her. But how about Book and Egg Cream? Could they coexist as the girl's two favorite things in the whole wide world? After getting an MA in early childhood education from NYU, Kirsten Hall taught both preschool and elementary school for several years while writing learn-to-read books for Scholastic and engaging in the book world in many other ways. Today, Kirsten is the sole proprietor of Catbird Productions, a book packager and boutique literary agency. The Jacket is her debut picture book. Before Dasha Tolstikova became an illustrator, she was a photographer, a reporter, a newswire translator, a sales clerk, a cargo van driver, a film producer, and a decorative painter--not necessarily in that order. She is a graduate of the SVA MFA illustration program. In addition to The Jacket, she is currently working on her autobiographical graphic novel with Groundwood Books. The Jacket is her debut into the world of picture books.
New York [etc.] : Beach Lane books, 2014
Abstract: Join a farming family as they experience the full range of a thrilling seaside thunderstorm-from the wild wind and the very first drops; to the pouring, pouring rain; to the wonderful messy mud after the sun returns! With gentle, rhyming text and vivid artwork from a Caldecott Medal-winning illustrator, this sublime depiction of nature's patterns turns a storm into a celebration.
New York : Harper festival, 2014
Abstract: Chu is a little panda with a big sneeze. When Chu sneezes, bad things happen. Will Chu sneeze today? A perfect read-aloud story that shows how even the smallest child can make big things happen.
New York : Disney press, 2013
Reading Adventures. Level 1
New York : Greenwillow Books, 2013
Abstract: The New York Times bestseller My Heart Is Like a Zoo features bright colors, simple sentences, playful animals, and more than 300 hearts for children to count and enjoy. Caldecott Medalist Brian Selznick says, "Starting with one simple shape, Michael Hall shows us a nearly infinite number of ways to make a menagerie of love." This board book edition of the award-winning picture book is perfect for little hands and the very youngest readers, who will learn that a heart can be hopeful, silly, happy, rugged, snappy, or lonely. A heart holds every different feeling, and author-artist Michael Hall captures each one with his bold, graphic artwork. An ideal springboard for conversations about emotions, and for introducing concepts, math, and art projects in the classroom and at home. School Library Journal called it an "outstanding choice for one-on-one sharing."