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Picture Books

  • Mars on Life


    Inspired, in part, by David Bowie’s question: “Is there life on Mars?” It names the “otherness” we all feel from time to time, and the ways that we search for meaning and joy.

  • Adventures of Nalah Set


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    Nalah and the Pink Tiger together with Nalah Goes to Mad Mouse City.

  • Nalah Goes to Mad Mouse City


    One day Nalah finds herself bored and lonesome because all of her imaginary friends have gone away on vacation. But wait – not all. Mad Tooth, the little mouse who lives in her sock drawer, is still busy munching away on her knee-highs. When she finds out why Nalah is sad, she offers to take her down through the sock drawer into a mouse metropolis. The result is a tale of wild dancing, cousins and mice, taffy and a sock monster.

  • Nalah and the Pink Tiger


    Anne Sawyer drew inspiration for this story from her lively little niece, who lives so intensely in her imagination that grown-ups around her view her as a troublemaker. Things come to a head when – in addition to all the exotic animals that Nalah has “placed” in the house – a pink tiger “follows” her home from the zoo and creates havoc. The story also celebrates the joyful explosiveness of a child’s imagination.