Baby board books, featuring stories by Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte - adorable!

Baby board books, featuring stories by Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte. Oh, we really need a Jane Eyre board book!

The Scar by Charlotte Moundlic -Amazing, heart-wrenching book dealing with death throught the eyes of a child - an important book that could be a huge help during hard times

Children's grief resource-The Scar by Charlotte Moundlic. A little boy responds to his mother’s death in a genuine, deeply moving story leavened by glimmers of humor and captivating illustrations.

The Day the Crayons Quit: Drew Daywalt, Oliver Jeffers | This book is so popular in our house I ordered a second copy!

Fishpond Australia, The Day The Crayons Quit by Oliver Jeffers (Illustrated ) Drew Daywalt. Buy Books online: The Day The Crayons Quit, ISBN Oliver Jeffers (Illustrated by) Drew Daywalt

In this delightful children's book, written by the owner of the Chez Panisse Alice Waters, 7-year-old Fanny follows food from the garden to the kitchen table, learning important lessons about the relationship between people and the earth along the way. It includes 46 recipes for children & adults alike.

Fanny at Chez Panisse: A Child's Restaurant Adventures with 46 Recipes: Alice L.

the marlowe bookshelf: Ballad

Front cover for 'Romance / Ballad' by Blexbolex – published by Albin Michel Jeunesse

Book of Cities: Piero Ventura

Book of Cities by Piero Ventura. My kids are travel aficionados and love to plot all the places they will go to next. It's got some gorgeous drawing in it.

The Tiny King: Taro Miura

Once upon a time there was a tiny king who lived in a big castle guarded by lots of big soldiers. Every day the tiny king eats dinner at his.

Chloe by Peter McCarty

Chloe,by Peter McCarty, (Balzer + Bray, Chloe Bunny lives with her big family of ten older brothers and sisters and ten younger brothers and sisters, but it is only Chloe who is able to compete with the new television set that Dad brings home one evening.

A Fine Dessert: Four Centuries, Four Families, One Delicious Treat: Emily Jenkins, Sophie Blackall | My new favorite book a great way to explore he history of food, technology and families with children.

A Fine Dessert by Emily Jenkins, illustrated by Sophie Blackall Depicts families, from England to California and from 1710 to preparing and enjoying the dessert called blackberry fool. Includes a recipe and historical notes.

What Colour Is Your World?: Bob Gill

What Colour is Your World? by Bob Gill, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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