Told from the perspective of the imaginary friend, Imaginary invites readers to explore emotions that are hidden under the surface.
A list of thought-provoking picture books curated by Beth Anderson to inspire experimentation, tinkering, and creating. Curated by author Beth Anderson.
The Tocks on the Clock is a fun adventure through a land of make-believe. Overall, it is an enjoyable flight of educational fancy.
Up Up You Go Jo!, Miriam Shapera, would be an excellent choice for kids who take music lessons and for all music-loving readers.
Guardian of the Groceries celebrates the power of imaginative play and its ability to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. It’s a fun story for bored young readers everywhere.
This adventurous tale of a boy and his dog, My Blank Page: The Power of Imagination by Tracy Weldon, demonstrates the endless possibilities of a blank page.
Which five words best describe The Fort?
Laura Perdew: Celebrating imagination, compromise, adventure, forts!
LAUREN O’HARA is an illustrator from the north of England. As a child she loved reading fairy tales, painting insects, and listening to her grandmother’s stories.
Yoko Tanaka has illustrated novels, including The Magician’s Elephant by Kate DiCamillo, and picture books, including Princessland by Emily Jenkins and Sparrow Girl by Sara Pennypacker.
Which five words best describe Pippa’s Night Parade?
Lisa Robinson: Imagination-Creativity-Monsters-Books-Fashion