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Mr. Tanner
Mr. Tanner (2 Formats) ›
By Harry Chapin, Illustrated by Bryan Langdo
Hardcover Picture Book Price 17.99

Hardcover Picture Book, PDF

Published May 2017

Mr. Tanner runs a dry cleaning shop in Dayton, Ohio, where he spends his days greeting his customers with his beautiful baritone voice. His friends and neighbors encourage him to sing professionally instead of cleaning clothes. He eventually takes a chance and travels to New York City to be heard by a concert agent and critics, only to find they weren't hearing what he was feeling. Harry Chapin's song "Mr. Tanner" is brought to book format through beautiful illustrations. The song was released in 1973 off Chapin's Short Stories album and was inspired by a mediocre review about a baritone singer in The New York Times.
Rabbit, Hare, and Bunny
Rabbit, Hare, and Bunny (2 Formats) ›
By Robert Broder, Illustrated by Bryan Langdo
Hardcover Picture Book Price 17.99

Hardcover Picture Book, PDF

Published Jul 2019

Rabbit, Hare, and Bunny are roommates. But sometimes roommates don’t get along.Rabbit and Hare finally have enough of Bunny’s eccentric behavior and ask him to move out. But they soon realize a good roommate is hard to find. And when Bunny moves back in with his parents, Bunny realizes being more aware of how his actions affect others might not be the worst thing he could do.
Salad Pie
Salad Pie (2 Formats) ›
By Wendy BooydeGraaff, Illustrated by Bryan Langdo
Hardcover Picture Book Price 17.99

Hardcover Picture Book, PDF

Published Mar 2016

There is nothing sweeter than arriving at the playground, seeing it empty, and knowing you have it all to yourself-the silent comfort of playing alone.Maggie is overjoyed to have that solitude to make her Salad Pie. But then Herbert saunters over and wants to play too."I'm making salad. Salad Pie. And don't you touch it!"Herbert just wants to help, even though Maggie makes it clear she won't let him.Then her imaginary pie takes a spill, and she realizes Herbert's intentions are not so bad after all.