more titles from Matt Phelan

Always (Hardback)
Children everywhere will be comforted by this universal tale, in which a young boy is assured that his mother loves him — no matter what he does.

Around the World (Hardback)
A Scott O'Dell Award-winning graphic novelist follows three dauntless adventurers on a Jules Verne-inspired challenge: circling the world, solo!

Around the World (Paperback)
“This book — riveting, wondrously drawn, expertly paced — is a triumph. — The New York Times

Bluffton My Summers with Buster (Paperback)
“Thrilling — a spirited, poignant coming-of-age vignette and an intriguing window into a little-known chapter in vaudeville history.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Druthers (Hardback)
With warmth and humor, award-winning author-illustrator Matt Phelan follows a child as she leads her daddy on some rainy-day flights of fancy.

I'll Be There (Hardback)
The creators of Always offer a celebration of a growing child’s accomplishments — and a reassurance that Mom will always be there.

Marilyn's Monster (Paperback)
“Rich with feeling . . . a warm, gently funny reminder to chase down one’s dreams, rather than waiting for them to appear on the doorstep.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Marilyn's Monster (Hardback)
The best-selling author of Library Lion pairs with award-winning illustrator Matt Phelan to create a picture book gem with an unexpected twist.

Miss Emily (Hardback)
Discover the mischievous and affectionate side of a revered poet in this adventure about Emily Dickinson, four young friends, and a traveling circus.

Snow White A Graphic Novel (Paperback)
“Phelan’s noir-esque adaptation of the classic fairy tale is atmospheric, clever, and touching. . . . A stunning, genre-bending graphic novel.” — School Library Journal (starred review)

Snow White A Graphic Novel (Hardback)
Award-winning graphic novelist Matt Phelan delivers a darkly stylized noir Snow White set against the backdrop of Depression-era Manhattan.

The Storm in the Barn (Paperback)
Tall tale. Thriller. Gripping historical fiction. This artful, sparely told graphic novel — a tale of a boy in Dust Bowl America — will resonate with young readers today.