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My book box
A determined elephant creates his own book box and discovers all the magic and fun of books and reading.
A child creates her dream pony by drawing it on paper and imagining the adventures they would go on.
Not a box
To an imaginative bunny, a box is not always just a box.
Oliver Pig and the best fort ever
Van Leeuwen, Jean.
E VAN LEE
Oliver Pig decides to build a fort in the backyard and his friends become involved with the project as well.
Pete's a pizza
Steig, William, 1907-2003.
When Pete feels miserable because rain makes it impossible to play ball outdoors, his father finds a fun indoor game to play with his son.
Read and rise
Pinkney, Sandra L.
Photographs and poetic text celebrate reading as a means of encouraging African American children to pursue their dreams.
The birthday box : happy birthday to me!
An imaginative young child has a wonderful time playing with a box he receives for his birthday. What's better than getting a brand-new toy as a birthday gift? Playing with the box it came in! Climb in for a flight across the ocean, a jaunt on a sailing ship, some sledding down a slippery slope, and, of course, a brief stint as a robot. Good thing the toy dog that came inside the box is happy to come along for the ride! The inimitable Leslie Patricelli draws from the well of parental wit and wisdom for her very first picture book adventure, starring everyone's favorite baby character.
The cardboard box book : 25 things to make and do with an empty box
J 745.54 WALSH
Provides instructions for a variety of craft projects using cardboard boxes.
To be an artist
J 700 AJMERA
An introduction to using various art forms to express creativity.
What can you do with a shoe?
De Regniers, Beatrice Schenk.
E DE REGN
A boy and girl playing dress up ask the reader for imaginative and real uses of a shoe, a chair, a hat, a cup, a broom, and finally a bed.
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