Teddy Jam's lyrical prose and Eric Beddows's detailed illustrations cast Night Cars in that magical light between sleep and waking.
A touching story about longing for something beyond reach and finding something better close to home.
Louise refuses to leave her big brother Jake alone, and when Jake, in desperation, wishes Louise were a dog, he is suddenly faced with a terrifying possibility.
Winner of the 2005 BolognaRagazzi Award.
A dramatic and beautifully illustrated autobiographical story of a young man living through the Chinese Cultural Revolution and discovering his artistic talents.
Marie-Louise Gay has written and illustrated this humorous and endearing tale as an ode to the imagination and determination of children, who create their own worlds out of the little things in life.
Shi-shi-etko is about to return for her second year at residential school, but this time she is not alone -- her six-year-old brother, Shin-chi, is going, too.
A gently moving and poetic account of a child who finds solace all around her even though she is on the verge of great loss.
A beautiful and atmospheric paean to that magical substance that enchants the eyes of children in winter.