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Hundred Large Children's Books | 100 Years
Selected by children's libraries in the New York Public Gallery, these 100 inspirational stories have inspired and are still on our bookshelves for generation after generation of kids and their family. You can use this catalogue and your ID to explore new wonder and experience world! The ABC of It: Why Children's Matter, which can be seen in the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, was released on the occassion of the renowned The ABC of It: Why Children's Book series.
Joanna Lamb, Coordinator of the New York Public Library, Youth collections, and Elizabeth Bird, Supervising Librarian, have chosen the shortlist. This library shop offers preferential rates on theme book kits from the 100 large children's book lists. Select from curatorial collection such as Best Picture and Toddler and Best Baby for kids aged 4-6.
Or, buy a pack of all 100 and get the full set! Please feel free to either view the PDF or just have a look at the PDF below. What is on your big children's book shortlist? Comfortable toll stickers of a Lower East Side familiy from the turn of the 20th c... It is a hot history, full of intriguing detail of Ojibwa tradition, where 7-year-old Omakayas and their families cultivate, chase and face a period of passage.
"The backdrop for this enchanting bi-lingual storybook in which a little cock is trying to come to his uncle's marriage is Little Havana in Miami. Slaved to a Tory mob in New York City, Isabel wants to free herself and her little brother while she spys for the revolution.
Bright colours make this tale of a beautiful daily life, when there is enough cash to buy Mum a new highchair. This is a tale of real fellowship between Wilbur the Pork and Charlotte A. Cavatica, his spin rescuer. He will try to persuade you, but whatever you do, don't give in to the mocking town chicken's requests.
When they run away from home, Clàudia selects the Metropolitan Museum in New York City as an exclusive hideout for herself and her little sibling. An odd little Zen readership with its own crazy power. This is an inventive story about kites, dwarfs and the timeless quest for amber.
A little kid finds unannounced confederates in this storyline in a Paris railway yard as he recreates his father's enigmatic engine. Revisited in a narrative that has its own magical corner. An heart-warming storyline about the survival of transformation and the search for the right place for you.
The 11-year-old Lonnie Collins Motion finds a new way to speak about his poetic teachers, his boyfriends, his family and even his grumpy foster mum. These really horrible kids from room 207 are about to get together in the disgusting Miss Viola Schwamp! This group of technically skilled workmen comes to the aid of a widow and her cubs.
An amicable nurse and a egoistic nurse compete for the attention of a royal in a fairytale based on a Zimbabwean folk fairy tail. It is in this mystic history that slave soldiers who have been taken to America find the strength to travel to liberty in a time-less history of hopes. Naima, a kid from Bangladesh, uses her art talent to make a living for her own families.
where you use your mind to get out of troubles. For Cassie Logan and her big, caring Mississippi extended home from the time of depression, there is no contradiction between apartheid and sentiment. Breathtaking works in antique painting bring a classical fairytale to new levels. One little kid is exploring the first urban powder of the year, from snowshoes to snowballs hidden securely in his poch.
5 funny tales about Julian, his little sibling Huey and his homely and thoughtful wife and daughter. He has to outlive his little brothers fudge's farces in this funny story in New York, New York Capital. Cassie' has a miraculous nightmare of plunging from a roof in Harlem through the town.
Classical children’ poems, both known and unfamiliar, are skillfully blended by this picture-book masters. Aleksandr T. Wolf is telling his side of the history. It' a count book, a weekday history, a colour history, a punched miracle and an unforgettable reading in one!
For ten-year-old Kenny and his "crazy" wife, a journey to Grandma's is full of humour until he is shaped by the tragic cataclysm. Things are not as they seem in this fascinating New York history. In this apparently simplistic narrative, wooly maniacs go mad.
There are three kids crossing timeframes and spaces to save Meg's dad from harm. The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations, 2013. The exhibition program of the New York Public Library was supported by Celeste Bartos, Sue and Edgar Wachenheim III, Mahnaz Ispahani Bartos and Adam Bartos Exhibitions Fund as well as Jonathan Altman.