Book List:28 titles
  • A Moby Dick-inspired picture book adventure unlike any you've ever seen--with a surprise ending--from Caldecott Medal-winning artist Ed Young. Deep in the dark ocean, Mighty Moby lurks. Up above the ocean waves, a one-legged captain pursues the wh...


  • In a place called Hunger Mountain there lives a lord who has everything imaginable yet never has enough. To satisfy his every desire, he hires builders to design the tallest pagoda; a world-famous tailor to make his clothing from silk and gold thread...


  • Should you be a river, I'll race your rapids downstream. Should you be a seed, I'll dream you a vision of towering trees. This personally inspired poem by an award-winning author and artist celebrates the trials and triumphs of unconditional love...


  • A young eagle learns to soar in Caldecott-winner Ed Young's newest work. With beautiful, sweeping artwork and spare, lyrical text, Ed Young tells the story of a boy who finds an egg and gives it to a flock of chickens. When the egg hatches not a chic...


  • More than anything else in the world, Antonia wants a Mei Mei, little sister, to call her own. But when she and her mother and father fly all the way to China to get her little sister and Antonia finally meets her, she is not at all like Antonia imag...


  • Ed Young and his ministry team used creativity to help develop what is now one of the ten largest churches in the United States. The Creative Leader teaches the importance of creativity among visionaries and those who benefit from it, detailing ho...


  • Ed Young's spare prose, as lovely as a rice-paper painting, describes in measured detail the beautiful and mystical land that the author so clearly loves. The unique format and gorgeous paper-collage illustrations, highlighted with Chinese characters...



  • Acclaimed author-illustrator Ed Young breathes new life into the ancient Chinese folktale of a horse that brings extraordinary reversals of fortune to its trusting owner. A timeless fable, The Lost Horse teaches of the ever-changing fortunes of life...






  • "Behavior not befitting the son of the Dragon King " The Dragon King has sent his nine sons out to find their places in the world, but rumors abound -- each son is apparently as aimless as the next One son does nothing but stare into space, another...


  • Ed Young once again turns a fable into a saucy collage treat in this tale about a boy who is just looking for a little bit of knowledge! Told he can have knowledge if he gets the Grand Master a carpet, he begins a journey on which everyone-from Spinn...


  • From a fantastic explosion is born the legendary Monkey King, the clever and courageous hero of one of the best-known stories from China.Ambitious Monkey travels to Square Inch Mountain, where he trains with Master Putt to perfect the art of turning ...


  • Hai Li Bu is a good hunter, but not even he can find enough food for his village when the drought comes. The people grow thin and weak, the children rarely laugh -- but worst of all, they begin to argue and stop listening to one another. Out on a hu...




  • Explores twenty-six Chinese characters that describe feelings or emotions, interpreting the visual elements within each character while guiding readers through an underlying theme emphasizing the importance of truthfully expressing thoughts and feeli...


  • Taking their donkey at the market, a grandfather and grandson try to accommodate several passersby who voice their opinions about who should ride the donkey and how the donkey should be treated, in a story about following one's own decisions....


  • When his father threatens to flood out the ants that have invaded his storehouse, young Ho Kuan protests, and one night, he follows the ants to their secret kingdom, in a story based on an ancient Chinese folktale....


  • Drawn from the folklore of the Gullah people, this new version of the critically acclaimed folktale anthology, which includes two additional stories, captures the authentic flavor and rhythms of the original stories from the oral tradition....


  • In a Chinese version of Tom Thumb, Little Plum, a tiny boy no bigger than a plum seed, proves his worth by helping his father farm his land and by defeating the wicked lord and his soldiers who attack their village....



  • Anxiously searching for a wife, Wei Gu encounters a mysterious old man who tells him that red thread will reveal his future wife and points out a small child who will, one day, become his wife, in a distinctively illustrated tale....


  • Bold primary colors help depict the seven blind mice as they each set out to investigate the elephant that is standing near the pond.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 4/29/1992Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 3 and Up...


  • "Not for the faint-hearted, "Lon Po Po" (Grandmother Wold), is a tale of a menacing danger and courage....(Young's) command of page composition and his sensitive use of color give the book a visual force that matches the strength of the story and sta...