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Written and illustrated by Blexbolex
Ballad is one of the New York Times Best Illustrated Books of 2013!
Ballad is a Publishers Weekly Starred Review!
"As a story, it's challenging, mysterious, and even obscure. As an object and a piece of bookmaking, it's a work of art."
"This continuously evolving story traces a child's perception of his surroundings as he walks home from school."
"All throughout, we're invited to reimagine the narrative as we absorb the growing complexity of the world - a beautiful allegory for our walk through life itself."
"Ballad...is an absolute treasure in its entirety, the kind that sparkles with new dimensions of light with each excavation."
Just In Time For The Holidays!
Just In Time For Halloween!
“Multiple readings of GHOSTS is a must. There is no way to take in all the incredibly rich detail at a single viewing.”
“... GHOSTS is a whimsical introduction to the domestic variety of ghost populating the bedrooms and kitchens of our homes…”
“GHOSTS may be the stuff of nightmares, but these guys are an exceedingly likeable bunch of spooks.”
"This is a great read around the holiday season for the whole family and children as young as four."
Written and illustrated by Øyvind Torseter
“... the story is at once simple and profound, amusing and philosophical, the sort of quiet meditation that gently, playfully tickles us into existential inquiry.”
“With its moody line drawings, sly humor, and witty use of the hole in each page (when it’s not a hole, it’s a streetlight, balloon, nostril, etc.), Torseter’s story amuses, provokes, and leaves readers wishing for more.”
Something Big is a Publisher's Weekly Starred Review!
"...Neeman and Godon elevate an intimate, everyday moment into something significant."
“There’s an honest intimacy to the conversations between the small one and the big one that ring true; reading them, one realizes how rare they are in the realm of picture books, which so often seek to comfort or simply amuse.”
“... lovers of classic New York tales like Eloise and The Little Red Lighthouse will cheer this reissue.”