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A girl named Madeline is given a different power-providing potion every birthday in B.C.R. Fegan’s beautifully illustrated children’s picture book Don’t Drink the Pink.
On her first birthday, Madeline is visited by her Grandpa Gilderberry, an eccentric inventor with an array of colorful potions. He tells her to pick one, warning her “Don’t drink the […]
In this richly illustrated children’s picture book, a boy weaves a tall tale to explain away a missing assignment.
As The Day That A Ran Away opens, a young boy named Jet is confronted by his teacher, who notices he hasn’t written down the alphabet as instructed. Jet insists that he did, but […]
B.C.R. Fegan combines the whimsical spirit of a Dr. Seuss book with the spine-tingling mystery of a haunted house in his picture book Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32.
The inevitable Dr. Seuss comparisons (a plus for any children’s author) are apparent from the first lines of the book: “Welcome to the magical/ […]
A boy plots to hide his treasure from his sister, but realizes that sometimes it’s more fun to share, in B.C.R. Fegan’s delightful picture book Henry and the Hidden Treasure.
Henry’s “treasure” (his parents call it “pocket money”) is precious to him. But, as Fegan amusingly writes, “Henry has a problem. His parents […]
The Grumpface is a story of love, determination, and redemption, but presents these big concepts in a relatable, even funny, way.
Dan is a young inventor who falls in love with a flower seller in his village. When she’s unable to find roses to sell one year, he embarks on a journey to […]