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?

A Bus Called Heaven (Paperback)
“In a story where every turn is possible, if improbable, Graham makes readers believe. High hopes and busy, vibrant artwork . . . will entice children.” — Booklist (starred review)

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 (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)

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.

Tales from the Waterhole (Paperback)
"A warm ode to the unplanned daysof summer.Friends of Georgeand Martha or Frog and Toad will read these stories over and over." — Kirkus Reviews(starred review)

The Poesy Ring A Love Story (Hardback)
Cast into the wind, a gold ring makes its way across the world in this heartwarming saga, Bob Graham's ode to romance and love.

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

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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