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Any questions? —Gay, Marie-Louise, author, illustrator.

Many children want to know where stories come from and how a book is made. Marie-Louise Gay's new picture book provides them with some delightfully inspiring answers in a fictional encounter between an author and some ve...

The three brothers —Gay, Marie-Louise, author, illustrator.

Finn and his younger brothers, Leo and Ooley, love reading stories about animals living in forests, on mountains or in the arctic. "When I grow up," says Finn, "I want to see wild animals and strange birds." "Why wait?" ...

Fern and Horn —Gay, Marie-Louise, author, illustrator.

"Fern and Horn are twins who look like two peas in a pod or two stars in the sky. But Fern and Horn have different ways of seeing the world. They try to outdo each other with imagination and improvisation, using crayons ...

Mustafa —Gay, Marie-Louise, author, illustrator.

Mustafa and his family traveled a long way to reach their new home. Some nights Mustafa dreams about the country he used to live in, and he wakes up not knowing where he is. Then his mother takes him out to the balcony t...

Stella, star of the sea —Gay, Marie-Louise.

Stella and her little brother, Sam, spend the day at the sea. Stella has been to sea before, but Sam has many questions.

Travels in Cuba —Gay, Marie-Louise, author, illustrator.

SERIES: TRAVELS WITH MY FAMILY, BOOK 5 (SEQUEL TO: THE TRAVELING CIRCUS, ISBN 9781554984206) Even for an experienced traveler like Charlie, Cuba is a place unlike any he has visited before - an island full of surprises, ...

Read me a story, Stella —Gay, Marie-Louise.

Stella reads to Sam as the two build Fred a doghouse, gather frogs in the pond, and hang in a tree.

Good morning Sam —Gay, Marie-Louise.

Sam encounters all kinds of problems trying to get up and get dressed before going outside with Stella.

Please, Louise —Wishinsky, Frieda.

A little girl with no one else to play with pesters her brother endlessly, just wanting to be with him. Her bigger brother, wanting to be left alone, makes a wish and is horrified when he thinks it has come true.

Travels with my family —Gay, Marie-Louise.

Instead of taking dream vacations to Disneyland or motels with swimming pools, two boys, their parents, and their cat Miro look for out-of-the-way destinations where other tourists don't go.

Houndsley and Catina and the quiet time —Howe, James, 1946-

Houndsley loves the quiet of the first snow of winter, but Catina does not enjoy being snowed in. What about all her plans for the day? With pretending, books, games, creativity, and some time to dream, Houndsley helps C...

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