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Another

Another

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An NPR Favorite Book of 2019
A New York Times Best Children's Book of 2019
An NYPL Best Book of 2019
A Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2019
A School Library Journal Best Picture Book of 2019
A BookPage Best Picture Book of 2019
A Horn Book Fanfare Selection of 2019

In his eagerly anticipated debut as author-illustrator, Caldecott and Coretta Scott King honoree Christian Robinson brings young readers on a playful, imaginative journey into another world.

What if you...
encountered another perspective?
Discovered another world?
Met another you?

What might you do?

Blue Pebble

Blue Pebble

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Under a daisy Oli finds a pebble. Everyone he shows it to tells him to throw it away. But Oli just knows he'll find a use for it one day. At last he meets a very sad girl and finds he was right all along. His pebble is special after all.
Dave's Rock

Dave's Rock

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In this funny follow-up to Dave's Cave, two lovable cavemen endeavor to make their rocks the very best they can -- inventing, in the process, something rather remarkable.

Dave loves his rock. Jon loves his rock, too. The two buddies compete over whose rock is biggest, fastest, prettiest, and tallest. When they discover that granite has so much more potential than its natural state, the two friends begin to chisel new shapes, tossing and playing games with their now-rounded rocks. But their woodland friends have other (genius) ideas for how to use these new shapes -- as circles with holes in the middle. Anyone up for a ride?

The Hideout

The Hideout

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A Junior Library Guild Selection
An Amazon Best Book of the Month

It's time to go, but no one can find Hannah! That's because she's in the park with much to do. She needs to collect caterpillars and sticks, make a bow and arrow, and build a bed out of leaves. Deep in the shrubs, she sets up a secret hideout for herself and her companion, an Odd Furry Creature. Together, they hunker down over the campfire, lost in their own little world. But then a voice cuts through the branches and clearly says, "Where are you?" Hannah brushes off her paper, and the reader learns that Hannah was lost--not in the woods--but in her drawing. This dreamlike, lyrical picture book with shades of Where the Wild Things Are illustrates the power of imagination to transport us to new worlds.