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4 years & up. Get fancy with Nancy! Help Nancy get dressed up and ready to impress on her travels to Paris. You have to look good when you go to the land of high fashion! This charming doll set brings the adorable, witty fashionista from the classic bestselling Fancy Nancy™ books to life. In the book Fancy Nancy™ & the Boy from Paris, she can't wait to have another fancy friend. When her new friend Robert cares more about horses than the Eiffel Tower, Nancy is happy to have a… More »
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Grandfather only speaks Thai. Grandson only speaks English. After some trying and failing to communicate through language (the grandfather’s words are shown in Thai characters; the boys in English) the two realize they can connect through art. The boy draws his version of a wizard; grandpa draws his version of a wizard. From there, the story morphs in a language-barrier art battle of sorts except the two build a bridge and create a new world that’s beyond, well, words. It’s a great story, one that’s made all the more engaging by Santat’s illustrations.


100 Great Children’s Books has been published on the occasion of The New York Public Library’s acclaimed exhibition The ABC of It: Why Children’s Books Matter, on view at the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. The list was selected by The New York Public Library’s Jeanne Lamb, Coordinator, Youth Collections, and Elizabeth Bird, Supervising Librarian. 
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