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Individuality | Imagination | Friendship
Dennis has his own way of expressing himself. It takes imagination to understand him, but not everyone wants to bother, which makes Dennis a bit sad. But then he meets Joy. When she looks at Dennis, she sees a friend.
Ricardo loved to ride ...
Ricardo rides his bike through the village. He loves to ride under the endless skies, quiet and clear. He rode every day ... But then the shadows came.
Sometimes the best things appear out of thin air ...
The wind blows all day on Ollie's island. There aren't many people around, but there's lots of space to play. One day the wind steals Ollie's hat. Then it darts away with his scarf. But is the wind just naughty, or is it trying to tell Ollie something? A stunning picture book from a new author-illustrator talent.
Imagine a day ...
Imagine a day when your swing swings you higher than the highest treetops. Imagine a day when you can ride your bike up a path of falling leaves into the very tree they are falling from. Imagine a day when you release a handful of blue balloons into a cloudy, gray sky to create a postcard-perfect day. Imagine a day when the ordinary becomes the extraordinary...a day when anything is possible.
A story about being yourself ...
Errol and Thomas the teddy play together every day. But when Thomas feels sad one morning - and not even the swings cheer him up - Errol is worried.
The Three Questions
When is the best time to do things? Who is the most important one? What is the right thing to do?
Young Frank is an architect. He lives with his grandfather, Old Frank, who is also an architect and his spotted dog, Eddie. Using anything he can get his hands on; macaroni, pillows, toilet paper, shoes, Young Frank likes to build buildings that twist, chairs with zig zag legs and even entire cities. But Old Frank disapproves, saying architects only build buildings.
Luke feels as if he doesn't fit in ...
Boys in Luke's class see things the same way - except for Luke, who has his own special way of looking. And then one day he discovers a place that feels like home. Suddenly, the whole world changes.
Just because a friendship is imaginary, doesn't mean it's not real.
Morris is a little boy who loves using his imagination. But most of all, Morris loves wearing the tangerine dress in his classroom's dress-up center. The children in Morris's class don't understand. Dresses, they say, are for girls. And Morris certainly isn't welcome in the spaceship some of his classmates are building. Astronauts, they say, don't wear dresses. One day when Morris feels all alone and sick from their taunts, his mother lets him stay home from school. Morris dreams of a fantastic space adventure with his cat, Moo. Inspired by his dream, Morris paints the incredible scene he saw and brings it with him to school. He builds his own spaceship, hangs his painting on the front of it and takes two of his classmates on an outer space adventure. With warm, dreamy illustrations, Isabelle Malenfant perfectly captures Morris's vulnerability and the vibrancy of his imagination.