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It's A Book

by Lane Smith

|August 10, 2010

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Playful and lighthearted with a subversive twist that is signature Lane Smith, IT'S A BOOK is a delightful manifesto on behalf of print in the digital age. This satisfying, perfectly executed picture book has something to say to readers of all stripes and all…

Abe Lincoln's Dream

by Lane Smith

|October 16, 2012

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From the bestselling author of It's a Book comes a funny, touching tale about the legacy of America's greatest president. When a schoolgirl gets separated from her tour of the White House and finds herself in the Lincoln bedroom, she also discovers the ghost of…

C'EST UN LIVRE

by Lane Smith

|April 4, 2011

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L'âne essaye de comprendre ce qu'est un livre. Un album qui se positionne en faveur du livre imprimé à l'ère du numérique.

Grandpa Green

by Lane Smith

|August 30, 2011

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A Caldecott Honor Book From the creator of the national bestseller It's a Book comes a Caldecott Honor-winning timeless story of family history, legacy, and love. Grandpa Green wasn't always a gardener. He was a farmboy and a kid with chickenpox and a soldier…

Madam President

by Lane Smith

|July 29, 2008

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A little girl imagines what her day would be like if she were Madam President . There would be executive orders to give, babies to kiss, tuna casseroles to veto (or VETO !) and so much more! Not to mention that recess would definitely require more…
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Once there were four lads... John [Hancock], Paul [Revere], George [Washington], and Ben [Franklin]. Oh yes, there was also Tom [Jefferson], but he was annoyingly independent and hardly ever around. These lads were always getting into trouble for one reason or…