Another
Another

by Christian Robinson (2019) A little girl wakes up to see her cat going through a portal which opened up in her room late at night. She follows, only to discover that there is a secret world where everyone has an alternate version of themselves.

The Red Book
The Red Book

by Barbara Leham (2004) This book is about a book. A magical red book without any words. When you turn the pages you'll experience a new kind of adventure through the power of story.

Bruno Munari: Drawing a Tree (1978)
Bruno Munari: Drawing a Tree (1978)

“When drawing a tree, always remember that every branch is more slender than the one that came before. Also note that the trunk splits into two branches, then those branches split in two, then those in two, and so on, and so on, until you have a full tree, be it straight, squiggly, curved up, curved down, or bent sideways by the wind.”

Bruno Munari: Drawing the Sun (1978)
Bruno Munari: Drawing the Sun (1978)

“When drawing the sun, try to have on hand colored paper, chalk, felt-tip markers, crayons, pencils, ballpoint pens―you can draw a sun with any one of them. Also remember that sunset and dawn are the back and front of the same phenomenon: when we are looking at the sunset, the people over there are looking at the dawn.”

Bruno Munari: Square, Circle, Triangle
Bruno Munari: Square, Circle, Triangle

by Bruno Munari (1976) Using examples from ancient Greece and Egypt, as well as works by Buckminster Fuller, Le Corbusier, and Alvar Aalto, Munari invests the three shapes with specific qualities: the circle relates to the divine, the square signifies safety and enclosure, and the triangle provides a key connective form for designers.

Bruno Munari's ABC
Bruno Munari's ABC

by Bruno Munari (1960) ABC is an alphabet book written and designed by Bruno Munari in 1960 with his characteristic, colourful humour. Originally conceived for the United States, it has become a simple and entertaining English lesson for Italian children and adults.

Architecture for Teens: A Beginner's Book for Aspiring Architects
Architecture for Teens: A Beginner's Book for Aspiring Architects

by Danielle Willkens Associate AIA FRSA LEED AP BD+C (2021) Architecture is a fascinating, diverse field that blends technology, creativity, engineering, and even psychology. Delve into the world of architecture, learn about recent innovations in sustainability and inclusivity, and uncover the details behind real architectural projects.

The Little Architect's Alphabet
The Little Architect's Alphabet

by Lora Teagarden (2020) This alphabet book teaches concepts of architecture and design through materials, buildings, and shapes - all while learning your ABCs! Each letter is taught through a main lesson page and a secondary page where the child can see, learn, and find more of the letter being learned. Here's to all of the little future architects learning their letters and words!

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Flotsam
Flotsam

by David Wiesner (2006) In this Caldecott Medal winner, a bright, science-minded boy goes to the beach equipped to collect and examine flotsam--anything floating that has been washed ashore.

Triangle - Shape Trilogy
Triangle - Shape Trilogy

by Mac Barnett illustrated by Jon Klassen (2014) Meet Triangle. He is going to play a sneaky trick on his friend, Square. Or so Triangle thinks. . . . With this first tale in a trilogy, partners in crime Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen will have readers wondering just who they can trust in a richly imagined world of shapes.

Square - Shape Trilogy
Square - Shape Trilogy

by Mac Barnett illustrated by Jon Klassen (2014) This book is about Square. Square spends every day taking blocks from a pile below the ground to a pile above the ground. This book is also about Square's friend Circle. Circle thinks Square is an artistic genius. But is he really?

Circle - Shape Trilogy
Circle - Shape Trilogy

by Mac Barnett illustrated by Jon Klassen (2014) This book is about Circle. This book is also about Circle’s friends, Triangle and Square. Creators Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen come full circle in the third and final chapter of their clever shapes trilogy.

Migrants
Migrants

by Issa Watanabe (2020) This book is about Circle. This book is also about Circle’s friends, A silent, sophisticated picture book that speaks volumes. Through her story, Peruvian artist Issa Watanabe replaces words with powerful, strikingly colourful graphics that shed light on a timely, global issue: migration.

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Pool
Pool

by Ji-Hyeon Lee (2015) What happens when two shy children meet at a very crowded pool? Dive in to find out! Deceptively simple, this masterful book tells a story of quiet moments and surprising encounters, and reminds us that friendship and imagination have no bounds.

A Child of Books
A Child of Books

by Oliver Jeffers, Sam Winston (2016) Woven together by a simple story line, the one-of-a-kind illustrations in a A Child of Books provide an unforgettable reading experience that will inspire and encourage readers of all ages to explore, question, and imagine timeless stories of their own.

The Book with No Pictures
The Book with No Pictures

by B.J. Novak (2014) At once disarmingly simple and ingeniously imaginative, The Book With No Pictures inspires laughter every time it is opened, introducing young children to the powerful idea that the written word can be an unending source of mischief and delight.

The Game of Shadows
The Game of Shadows

by Hervé Tullet (2013) There's a noise in the garden. Who could that be? Creatures hidden in the bushes? A lost wolf? Let's go and see! In the dark, grab a torch and help amazing and mysterious shadows come to life.

The Game of Lines
The Game of Lines

by Hervé Tullet (2015) A brightly colored graphic game that introduces little ones to the wonderful world of lines. There are dozens of combinations to be made in this mix and match book.

The Game of Shapes
The Game of Shapes

by Hervé Tullet (2015) What do you get when you overlap a triangle with a square or a circle with a star? Watch the wonder unfold as infants and toddlers touch, feel and explore this captivating, colorful, tactile book.

The Fox and the Star
The Fox and the Star

by Coralie Bickford-Smith (2015) Inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement and the art of William Blake, The Fox and the Star is a heartwarming, hopeful tale which comes alive through Bickford-Smith’s beloved illustrations, guiding readers both young and grown to “look up beyond your ears.”

Alphabetics: An Aesthetically Awesome Alliterated Alphabet Anthology
Alphabetics: An Aesthetically Awesome Alliterated Alphabet Anthology

by Patrick Concepcion and Traci Concepcion (2014) Alphabetics reinforces the ABCs with retro-modern, topical illustrations and situations that will delight design geeks and families alike. Complete with a glossary, Alphabetics's rich wordplay promises to add a fancy word to even the most sophisticated palates.

Round and Round and Square
Round and Round and Square

by Fredun Shapur (1965) A circle and a square play together to create an entire imaginary world. This book, written and illustrated in 1965 by British designer Fredun Shapur, is an introduction to the possibilities of visual expression and will delight young readers with its magical shapes and colors.

Tiny, Perfect Things
Tiny, Perfect Things

by M.H. Clark, Madeline Kloepper (Illustrator) (2018) Open your eyes and see the wonderful things all around. This is the story of a child and a grandfather whose walk around the neighborhood leads to a day of shared wonder as they discover all sorts of tiny, perfect things together.

Maybe
Maybe

by Kobi Yamada, Gabriella Barouch (Illustrations) (2019) Kobi Yamada has written a story about the unbound potential you hold inside. With striking, realistic illustrations, it's a reminder that you were meant for incredible things. And maybe, just maybe, you will exceed your wildest dreams.

Today I Feel...
Today I Feel...

by Madalena Moniz (2017) Today I Feel . . . follows a child through a whole range of emotions, from adored to curious to strong. Not all of the emotions are positive and not all of them are simple, but they are all honest and worthy of discussion with a young child.

My First Book of Patterns
My First Book of Patterns

by Bobby George, June George (2017) Stripes, polka dots, plaid, chevron, and more are featured in this first-ever patterns concept book that provides readers with the vocabulary to name what they see in the world around them.

Up, Down & Other Opposites with Ellsworth Kelly
Up, Down & Other Opposites with Ellsworth Kelly

by Ellsworth Kelly (2018) Ellsworth Kelly's paintings and sculptures take center stage in this creative visual presentation of opposites. Playfully written and created in partnership with the Ellsworth Kelly Foundation, this unique and stylish concept book marks the fifth title in the First Concepts with Fine Artists series.

Après
Après

by Laurent Moreau (2013) Whether after the rain, after an argument or after a walk in the forest and whether it's a little hassle, a physical state or merely a memory, Laurent Moreau again delicately explores the strong sensations of childhood that even the adult has sometimes forgotten.

Yayoi Kusama Covered Everything in Dots and Wasn't Sorry.
Yayoi Kusama Covered Everything in Dots and Wasn't Sorry.

by Fausto Gilberti (2020) Yayoi Kusama creates mirrored rooms and fills them with glittering balls and lights, until there is an infinity of dots - just like in her paintings. Fausto Gilberti brings movement, life, and whimsy to the true life story of one of the most important contemporary Japanese artists of our time.

Jackson Pollock
Jackson Pollock

by Fausto Gilberti (2019) Pollock’s story is told here with wit and eccentricity, perfectly paired with black-line illustrations – and splatters galore. Fausto Gilberti brings movement, life, and whimsy to the true life story of one of the most important contemporary artists of our time.

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