Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group Spring 2017 Kids Books by Raincoast Books

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roaring brook press • july 2017 juvenile fiction family antoinette portis now a companion to her highly acclaimed picture book wait now is a clever and lively picture book about enjoying life s moments that kids will want to revisit time and again july roaring brook press juvenile fiction family on sale 7/11/2017 ages 3 to 7 hardcover picture book 32 pages 10 in h 8 in w carton quantity 38 isbn 9781626721371 $17.99 $24.99 can this is my favorite cloud .because it s the one i am watching this is my favorite tree .because it s the one where i m swinging this is my favorite tooth .because it s the one that is missing follow a little girl as she takes you on a tour through all of her favorite things from the holes she digs to the hugs she gives in this clever and poignant picture book by award-winning artist antoinette portis antoinette portis attended the ucla school of fine arts and is a former creative director at disney consumer products she lives in studio city california also available praise for wait best frints in the whole universe 9781626721364 $16.99 19.50 can wait 9781596439214 $16.99 19.50 can froodle 9781596439221 $16.99 18.99 can 58 “beautifully controlled pacing and an immensely satisfying rainbow resolution make this book an effective refutation of frenzied schedules.”—kirkus starred review “portis has a gift for creating rich visual narratives for young children this one will resonate with their caretakers too.”—school library journal starred review “economy and affection give this story the dimensions of a classic.”—publishers weekly starred review “portis fills her friendly accessible images with predictive details observant children will notice slickers umbrellas and other clues of things to come throughout the pages is that a rainbow pop he points to on the ice-cream truck adding richness to this sweet story about appreciating life s simple