Whose Footprints Are These?
On a snowy winter’s morning, footprints trace a path from a child’s unmade bed, past discarded clothes and breakfast dishes to the front door where they’re joined by excited pawprints. But who else is making the footprints and what are they doing?
In this delightful wordless picture book, the story of a child and a dog enjoying the snow is told entirely through following their footprints. Readers will spot clues to the friends’ adventures in the detailed and playful vintage illustrations by world-renowned illustrator Gerda Muller.
(Ages 3 to 6 years)
Praise for A Year around the Great Oak:
“An exquisite work of art with a timeless quality.”
“Gerda Muller writes with a lightness of touch that beautifully offsets her detailed and warmly realized illustrations. A beautiful book about discovering the wonder of the woodland and finding profound enjoyment in it.”
—Children’s Books Ireland Recommended Reads
“Unpredictable, stimulating and ultimately confidence-inducing... Gerda Muller draws each activity and animal with great detail and attention.”
—The New York Times
“A charming celebration of the changing seasons.”
Praise for How Does My Garden Grow?
“Gerda Muller’s informative and interesting story makes an excellent option for kids who enjoyed her wordless seasonal board books but are old enough to want to know even more.”
—Mighty Girl, book blogger
“A bright book to teach children where our food comes from.”