This book is about a girl named Janell and her imaginary friend Neesie. Although my kids do not currently have any imaginary friends (at least not that I know of), they really enjoyed this book and totally caught on to the idea that Neesie was not real.
This was a beautiful story about a young girl with a brand new baby brother. She watches how her mother cares for her baby brother and decides that she wants her very own baby to care for.
This book is about the imagination of a child and how it can be translated onto paper with a paint brush.
A retelling of one of the most controversial books in children’s literature (Little Black Sambo by Helen Bannerman), Sam and the Tigers is about a boy living in a place where all the people were named Sam and they lived and worked alongside the animals “like they didn’t know they weren’t supposed to.”
This is a fun story about a girl and her two giraffe-sized problems; her pet giraffe's long tongue that gives long, sloppy, slurpy kisses and it's long, whomping snoring that keeps everyone awake.
This is a fun, whimsical book about a lever girl who outsmarts a very hungry lion with a sneaky plan of his own.
I Could Be, You Could Be Written by Karen Owen Illustrated by Barroux In this rhyming book, children talk about all the things they could be, both real and make-believe. From “a king or queen making all the rules” to “a dragon guarding all their jewels.” From “an alien with a funny face” to “an …
This is about a cute little boys and his imaginary friends elephant and turtle. He plays hide and seek with elephant, who is surprisingly very good at it!
"I must be brave, I must be strong," Ruby repeats as she walks to school. While on her "journey" she faces a rushing river full of crocodiles, a haunted house with ghosts, bats, and witches, a tiger with fangs and jagged claws, and more!
Ellie makes three Christmas wishes; 1) that her parents would finally see her imaginary friend Billy Lee, 2) that it would snow, and, 3) that joy would return to her family, especially her parents.