Thinking book pack

Thinking book pack

    We are offering lists of key tried-and-true books we are sure children love, to start off your library book collection. These books provide immediate core to your school library and are available on our website and through selected bookstores. These books are grouped by theme to help teachers extend their students.

    This book list is for thinking books: books that ask questions, books that look at big subjects.

    Duck, Death and the Tulip

    In a strangely heart-warming story, a duck strikes up an unlikely friendship with Death. Simple, unusual, witty — a picture book version of The Book Thief.

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    Don't Cross the Line

    A slapstick postmodern tale that is also a profound statement about dictatorship and peaceful revolution

    Translated by Daniel Hahn

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    The Bear and the Wildcat

    The Bear and the Wildcat is a touching picture book about loneliness, grief and loss, ending with a positive new beginning.

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    The Day No One Was Angry

    Twelve stunningly illustrated, poetic, and funny stories about grumpy animals from an internationally acclaimed Dutch writer and a hugely popular French illustrator.

    Translated by Bill Nagelkerke

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    The King and the Sea

    “Buzz off,” said the king, shooing the bee from his flower.
    “Don’t you know I’m the king?”
    “And I’m the queen,” said the bee, stinging the king’s nose.

    Translated by Sally-Ann Spencer

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    We are offering lists of key tried-and-true books we are sure children love, to start off your library book collection. These books provide immediate core to your school library and are available on our website and through selected bookstores. These books are grouped by theme to help teachers extend their students.

    This book list is for thinking books: books that ask questions, books that look at big subjects.

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