From the start, our ambition has always been to create resonant, unexpected, collectible picture books. And over the years we’ve demonstrated we can recognize and develop irresistibly unique projects; from rejuvenating timeless properties in the public domain, to marrying cutting edge author and illustrator collaborators.
Little Fen loves all of the beautiful colors in the world and loves capturing them with her treasured set of paints. One day, Fen notices a little drop of gray in her paints and can’t seem to stop it from spreading. Before long the gray is everywhere, and Fen no longer enjoys doing what she loves the most. With a little encouragement from her mother, Fen finds a way to put the colors back in her world and begin enjoying life again. Fen’s Drop of Gray sends a powerful message about childhood depression and how parents can help their little ones learn to cope.
The human body contains many organs, and every organ is made up of countless tiny
Normal Cells with a job to do. Little Nano is different; she is a cell with an evolving story, a Stem Cell. Nano can become different kinds of Normal Cells, but she doesn’t know which kind yet, or which organ she’ll eventually call home. Big decisions! So the little Stem Cell will go exploring the organs of the human body, a wonderful journey!
The Coronavirus outbreak has changed almost everything in little Lisa’s life: going to school, being outdoors, and playing with friends. With help from Mommy, Lisa learns how we can look out for one another and stay safe—until a treatment or vaccine is found.
Keys stained vermillion,
A Fingerbone Ring,
This Octopus Specimen rumored to sing, Gorey’s Diary: 300 pages-1 word,
A Duchess’s Birthmark that’s shaped like a bird.
Such implausible narratives, intriguing triggers, Give rise to surmises and skeptical sniggers. BUT-
At the core, at the heart of all curious histories, Lies more than a storehouse of pure UNHINGED MYSTERIES.
Join A.J., the Mütter Museum’s junior-est guide, on a tour of the world’s best-known medical museum. A.J. will take you on a fun and wildly educational journey through the Mütter’s amazing collection of medical specimens and objects.
Maia is a curious girl, with lots of questions that she asks anyone who will listen. Behind Maia’s house is a peculiar stone wall. As Maia grows older, she notices that the wall grows too.
Max’s parents give him a very special gift; a tiny box that can hold absolutely everything. Max soon learns, however, that feelings can’t be put away as easily as toys.
This ABC primer is a playful and richly symbolic introduction to the world of Wicca and the magic of Nature. Illustrated poems bring to light the Pagan Path, with each letter featuring a Wee Witch learning about the wheel of the year, tools of the Craft, rites of passage, faerie friends, and meaningful colors.
The real life story of the first deep sea dive told in rhyme! Book #2 of Unhinged History
Rose is a stuffed bunny who loves the little boy she lives with and all the fun they have together. They play in the park, paint pictures, read stories—until she discovers a loose thread dangling from her arm.
The first book in our Unhinged History series is a ripping yarn. Full of adventure and deceit, it brings to life the best-known spat in all of paleontology: the bitter rivalry between Edward Drinker Cope and Othniel Charles Marsh.
Mr. Owliver loves being night watchman at the Animaltown Art Museum; he’s an owl and up all night anyway, and proud to protect such beautiful works of art. Making his rounds on the night of his birthday, Mr. O. discovers that things aren’t quite as they should be…
Lock the doors! Close the shutters! Pull down the shades!
Everyone in Kickapoo is spooked by a “Sweet Tooth Thief” who’s on the loose.
Since its debut in 1888, that closing couplet has continued to echo down the decades. The ballad about a puffed-up 19th-century sports superstar quickly caught on with an America ready to elect Baseball the national pastime, and its position as an everlasting classic was instantly secured—safe at home, you might say.