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“By his redeployment of everyday items—a fish, a string bean, an amphibian—Wiesner suggests that fantastical things are happening all around us, that our dreams are closer than we think—whether those dreams belong to humans, clouds or frogs.”
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Mr. Wuffles! 2013
A humorous exploration of the
universal nature of communication.
Art & Max 2010
Friendship, creativity, and the mysterious point
where these two forces intersect.
A photographic journey through
the depths of the ocean.
The Three Pigs 2001
This isn't the same old story of
the pig siblings.
Sector 7 1999
An ordinary field trip turns into an
extraordinary visual adventure.
Night of the Gargoyles 1994
by Eve Bunting; illustrated by David Wiesner
What lurks about in the dark of night?
June 29, 1999 1992
Broccoli falls from the sky, bracing itself in the
backyard; turnips hit the trail in the Rocky
Mountains; and lima beans land in Levittown.
Frogs take flight along with
Imaginative play, Wiesner-style.
The Loathsome Dragon 1987
Retold by David Wiesner and Kim Kahng
Other TitlesFree Fall by David Wiesner. 1988