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Words

by Christoph Niemann

|This title releases October 4, 2016

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What can you do with a word? Read it, spell it, say it, picture it, understand it, make a sentence with it, tell a story with it, share it with a friend. Everything starts with a love of words! More than 300 words inspired by Dr. Edward Fry’s list of sight…

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Meet Lin and her pet dragon! When the dragon mysteriously disappears, Lin sets off on a journey to find her best friend . . . and readers set off on a journey of learning and discovery. By ingeniously integrating written Chinese characters into the illustrations…

Words Limited Edition

by Christoph Niemann

|This title releases October 25, 2016

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The limited edition of internationally renowned designer Christoph Niemann's Words features a full cloth case with an exclusive illustration on the front, as well as a collectible silkscreen print inside, numbered and signed by the artist, which is suitable for…

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Just one more before bedtime? Please?? It's time for tuck-in, and your little one wants just one more moment with you--so fill it with something that will feed the imagination, fuel a love of reading, and send them off to sleep in a snap. Reach for a one-minute…

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How do things work? Hmmm. Let me think. That's How! Christoph Niemann invites you to look below the surface in this visual exploration of the way things work. Turns out there is more to it than meets the eye!

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Once upon a time there was a Prussian King, Frederick, also known as Fritz, who saw potential in the lowly potato — a newly introduced crop from South America — and decided to plant it for his people. However, it quickly became clear that his…