Best Selling Books by Vladimir Radunsky

Vladimir Radunsky is the author of I Love You Dude (2005), You? (2009), Alphabetabum (2014), Square Triangle Round Skinny (2002), 10 (ten) (2002) and other 4 books.

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I Love You Dude

release date: Jan 01, 2005
I Love You Dude
Dude the elephant, having started life as an unwanted doodle on a wall, sets out to try to find his place in the world and is rejected by the circus, pursued by hunters, and nearly washed out to sea before finally finding the love and respect he deserves.

You?

release date: Jan 01, 2009
You?
A lonely girl and a stray dog find one another in a park.

Alphabetabum

release date: Oct 14, 2014
Alphabetabum
A New York Review Children’s Collection Original An ALPHABET book? An ALBUM of old photos? We named it ALPHABETABUM. Here celebrated artists and authors Vladimir Radunsky and Chris Raschka put a delightful new old-fashioned spin on the alphabet book. Radunsky has selected portraits of children from his spectacular collection of antique black and-white photographs. Raschka has given the children names and written deliciously teasing rhymes about them. The result is ALPHABETABUM, a book of letters and pictures to which readers will happily return again and again both to look and to learn.

Square Triangle Round Skinny

release date: Apr 01, 2002
Square Triangle Round Skinny
Four concept books by celebrated artist Vladimir Radunsky are collected in this box, inviting toddlers to enter the world of shapes. Each board book is in the form of a different geometric shape. Full color. Pkg.

10 (ten)

release date: Jan 01, 2002
10 (ten)
Mr. and Mrs. Armadillo are very happy newlyweds who look forward to having a child, but get ten times the happiness they expected.

Table Manners

release date: Jan 01, 2001
Table Manners
Chester teaches his good friend Dudunya about napkins, "full-mouthed speaking accidents," and other important aspects of proper mealtime behavior, in an amusing introduction to the history, rules, and regulations of proper dining etiquette.

Manneken Pis

release date: Jan 01, 2002
Manneken Pis
Based on a Belgian legend, a boy who is separated from his parents shows his dislike for the raging war by doing his business right on the battle, thus causing both sides to stop fighting, have a laugh and, in the end, make peace with one another.

What Does Peace Feel Like?

release date: Jan 01, 2004
What Does Peace Feel Like?
Simple text and illustrations portray what peace looks, sounds, tastes, feels, and smells like to children around the world.
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