Multi-award-winning illustrator and author David Litchfield talks about his artwork in Cress Watercress, a novel written by Greogory Maguire.
Thanks to pages filled with dwarves, elves, trolls, goblins, spiders, eagles, wizards, J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit is the adventure of a lifetime.
When you read Roald Dahl’s Matilda, you’ll be snickering from start to end. Matilda was the last long kids’ book that Roald Dahl wrote.
The Little Prince is a thin book with its mere ninety-eight pages, but don’t be fooled; it’s a brilliant book meant to be deeply thought about and to encourage you to build castles in the air.
Do your days sometimes feel boring? Does it seem as though there is just nothing to do? Milo, the main character from The Phantom Tollbooth, can relate.
The timeless classic of Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery has now inspired the concept for a couple of unique board books for youngsters.
As graphic novels continue to remain popular with pre-teens and adolescents, Dark Tales brings a new spin on old classics for middle-school youngsters.
This is a well-composed volume which is sure to bring pleasure to readers both young and old.
An excellent entrée in to serious works of fiction, THE PREHISTORIC MASTERS OF LITERATURE will delight and engage children. Highly recommended.
The Wang brothers Cozy Classics are unique first-word primers, and this addition to the series highlights The Wizard of Oz.