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Draw me a story —Ferry, Beth, author.

Ivan is a gorilla in captivity. Life wasnt always that way, but he has trouble remembering a time when he wasnt living in a shopping mall. In his cage, he draws with crayon and paper, gifted to him from his human friend....

Milo imagines the world —de la Peña, Matt, author.

While Milo and his sister travel to a detention center to visit their incarcerated mother, he observes strangers on the subway and draws what he imagines their lives to be.

Hen's pens —Cox, Phil Roxbee.

When Hen runs out of paper to draw on, she starts drawing on eggs.

The raft —Lamarche, Jim.

Reluctuant Nicky spends a wonderful summer with Grandma who introduces him to the joy of rafting down the river near her home and watching the animals along the banks.

Lost for words —Russell, Natalie.

Tapir has a new notebook and pencils but, unlike his friends, can think of nothing to write and is ready to give up when he finds a better way to communicate--through drawing.

Annabelle the drawing fairy —Meadows, Daisy.

Annabelle the drawing fairy needs Rachel and Kirsty's help to find her missing pencil sharpener in order to help keep Rainspell Island's Arts and Crafts Week on schedule.

Super sketchy —Livingston, Lesley, author.

"Daisy Kildare is starting over at a new school. Sometimes she wishes she could be anywhere else. But when she uses a certain pencil, Daisy finds she becomes whatever she draws. She just needs to harness that power. If o...

Crayons rock! —Dean, Kim, 1969- author, illustrator.

When his friends are less than impressed by the crayon portraits he draws of them, Pete the cat begins doubting his artistic abilities before reconnecting with his unfailingly creative, groovy spirit and the realization ...

Horrible Harry and the scarlet scissors —Kline, Suzy.

"The kids in Room 3B are asked to draw posters of things that they love, and one of them will get to share his or her poster on TV."

Amelia Bedelia chalks one up —Parish, Herman, author.

Amelia Bedelia suggests that her Mom, who is feeling blue, go on a play date while Amelia Bedelia is doing the same, and then enlists her friends to help make chalk drawings on the house, sidewalk, and more to brighten M...

Teamwork —Munsch, Robert N., 1945- author.

"Matthew likes drawing more than he likes baseball--but he still knows how to be part of a team!"--Back cover.

Frida and Bear play the shape game! —Browne, Anthony, 1946- author.

Frida and Bear love to draw. But what should they draw? First Frida draws a shape and gives it to Bear. "Try to turn this shape into something," she says. Bear looks at the shape and adds a bit more, and now it's a puppy...

Linus the little yellow pencil —Magoon, Scott.

Linus hopes to win the family art show but his eraser, Ernie, obliterates his work, his self-confidence, and his joy until a word from Smudge inspires Linus to try again.

When I draw a panda —Bates, Amy June, author, illustrator.

"A girl draws an unusual panda, who comes to life and draws all sorts of whimsical things with her, from a castle to a dragon and more." -- Provided by publisher.

The sidewalk rescue —Hutchins, Hazel

Morgan's little sister jumps into her sidewalk drawing and people try to save her from such dangers as lions and waterfalls by picking up chalk and drawing various pictures.

Kiki Kallira breaks a kingdom —Mandanna, Sangu, author.

"Kiki has always relied on drawing to soothe her many anxieties, but when she unwittingly falls into the lavish kingdom based on Indian mythology that she has illustrated, she must find the courage to confront the evil g...

Dylan's dragon —Silvestro, Annie, author.

Dylan is so busy with piano lessons, science club, baseball practice, karate class, and more that he has no time for the doodling, drawing, and dreaming he loves--until Dragon arrives and wants to play.

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 ...

Little Big Nate draws a blank —Peirce, Lincoln.

When Little Big Nate gets a new pack of crayons, his illustrations really come to life! In this delightful board book, Little Big Nate's imagination and love of drawing will inspire even the youngest readers to express t...

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