New The Wizard of Oz, 'All Kinds' Series & More Coming from Insight Kids
Indie publisher Insight Editions has announced a new children's publishing division, which pairs top-shelf authors with shining stars of art and design to inspire and delight children of all ages. With titles that span enlightening classics to enriching contemporary titles, Insight Kids entertains, educates, and kindles curiosity with meaningful stories and innovative and interactive play.
Insight Kids Fall 2012 Release List:
- Agha the Eight Mile Monster, by Karen Wilson-Timmons, illustrations by Marie Thérèse Dubois: Achieving the rare balance of entertainment and meaning, this acclaimed retelling of a story from India's ancient Bhagavata Purana presents a satisfying adventure where children overcome obstacles and nurture inner resources.
- All Kinds of Beliefs, by Sheri Safran, illustrations by Emma Damon: A celebration of religious diversity innovatively packaged with lift-up flaps and foldouts for hands-on enlightening fun.
- All Kinds of Fears, by Sheri Safran, illustrations by Emma Brownjohn: An instructive yet lighthearted interactive guide to help children recognize, confront, and overcome their fears.
- All Kinds of Feelings, by Sheri Safran, illustrations by Emma Brownjohn: From happy to sad, excited to bored, this delightful lift-the-flap book explores children's many moods and teaches them to recognize and trust their feelings and consider their reactions.
- All Kinds of Festivals, by Sheri Safran, illustrations by Rachel Fuller: This vibrant lift-the-flap book explores and celebrates the world's myriad religions and cultural diversity.
- All Kinds of People, by Sheri Safran, illustrations by Emma Damon: A warm and humorous interactive exploration of the many shapes, sizes, and characteristics of humankind, celebrating what makes each of us special and unique.
- Bully, by Sheri Safran, illustrations by Naomi Tipping: An accessible, practical guide that empowers children and parents by helping them recognize and cope with bullying.
- Kaliya, Serpent King, by Joshua M. Greene, illustrations by Patrick Wire:Rich illustrations and lyrical storytelling illuminate this ancient Sanskrit wisdom tale about bravery in the face of obstacles and respect for nature.
- The Wizard of Oz, from the story by L. Frank Baum as retold by Sheri Safran, illustrated by Nicola L. Robinson: This abbreviated adaption of the cherished classic brings the enchanting epic to life with stunning three-dimensional pop-up scenes and beautifully detailed pen-and-ink illustrations.
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