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A Visit to William Blake's Inn

Visit an imaginary inn run by William Blake. Fully illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen with bread baking dragons, the Man in the Marmalade Hat, the King of Cats, the Wise Cow, and Blake himself. All populate this book of Nancy Willard's lovely nonsensical poetry - the first Newbery winning book to also be named a Caldecott Honor Book.

The Wonderful Fluffy Little Squishy

Something to love about French children’s books is that they often do not have the educational moral messages that drive the storylines of American storybooks. A moral tale is not a bad thing, it’s wonderful that books instill meaningful values in developing minds, yet it can be refreshing to simply enjoy a story that’s fun for the sake of fun.