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May 2018 Picture Book Box - (Ages 4-7)

$29.95
May 2018 Picture Book Box - (Ages 4-7)

May 2018 Picture Book Box - (Ages 4-7)

$29.95
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May 2018 Picture Book Box 

 

  • Piggy Pie Po by Audrey & Don Wood was originally published in 2010 and has finally come to paper. Three stories and adorable illustrations about a happy pig told with a laugh-out-loud rhyme. “Piggy Pie Po likes to dance, when he wears his party pants.” and, “No one was home at half-past nine, when Piggy Pie Po came to dine. He ate a peach. He ate some plums. The lemon pie is only crumbs!” This lovely couple’s creative partnership started over 35 years ago. They have created over 20 books together including the much-loved bestseller, The Napping House. The Woods divide their time between California and Hawaii. (Paperback)
  • Hello Lighthouse by Sophie Blackall. (* signed by the author) This tall narrow book (like a lighthouse) is the story of a new keeper who arrives to care for the lighthouse. He goes through his rather lonely daily duties and writing in the log book as he anxiously awaits his wife’s arrival. When she arrives the two are a team caring for the lighthouse, saving three sailors from a boat that crashes on the rocks, and each other. Soon a baby arrives and the happy family continues their duties, all recorded in the log book. But sadly a letter arrives from the coast guard. A brand new light will be installed with a machine to run it. The keeper’s work is done. A cut-away illustration of the lighthouse and wonderful circular images framed with rope depict the scenes of the family’s life and are simply enchanting. Information about lighthouses is included at the end of the book. Sophie has illustrated over 30 books and won the 2016 Caldecott Medal for Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear. Sophie grew up in Australia and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. (Hardcover)
  • An exclusive letter from Sophie Blackall
  • A Hello Lighthouse postcard perfect for framing
  • A Dr. Seuss pencil