more titles from Bob Graham

"Let's Get a Pup!" Said Kate (Trade Paperback)
"This is first-rate child’s fare. . . . Sure to make both listeners and readers feel warm and happy when they put it down." -- BOOKLIST (starred review)

A Bus Called Heaven (Hardback)
Could a broken-down bus really bring a whole city neighborhood together? Could it all start with a small girl named Stella?

April and Esme Tooth Fairies (Paperback)
"So much wonderful whimsy here, it’s hard to know what to praise first." — Booklist (starred review)

Home in the Rain (Hardback)
Waiting out a storm by the highway inspires a name for an unborn baby sister in a tender, exquisitely observed tale from the incomparable Bob Graham.

How the Sun Got to Coco's House (Hardback)
Follow the journey of the sun across the world from a whale’s eye to a little girl’s window in Bob Graham’s tender, transcendent story.

How to Heal a Broken Wing (Hardback)
In a spare urban fable, Bob Graham brings us one small boy, one loving family, and one miraculous story of hope and healing.

How to Heal a Broken Wing (Paperback)
“Such a visual piece . . . readers young and old will return to the story to look more deeply; they won’t be disappointed.” — Booklist (starred review)

The Silver Button (Paperback)
“This is an elegant piece of living theater. . . . A book to bathe in, reminding readers that something magical is happening every instant.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

The Silver Button (Hardback)
At the same moment that Jodie’s baby brother takes his first step, a city’s worth of moments unfold in a masterful picture book from Bob Graham.

This Is Our House (Trade Paperback)
"Playground dynamics become testy as a willful child attempts to exclude everyone else in this simple, humorous lesson in human relations. . . . Deft and funny." --THE HORN BOOK

Vanilla Ice Cream (Hardback)
A wild sparrow’s journey sets in motion a toddler’s new experience in Bob Graham’s tale of life’s surprising little turns — and unlikely connections.

Want to Play Trucks? (Hardback)
Jack likes trucks. Alex likes dolls. What will they play together? Their new favorite game, of course!

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