LANE SMITH BOOKS

A CALDECOTT HONOR BOOK

A New York Times BEST ILLUSTRATED BOOK

A Publishers Weekly BEST CHILDREN’S BOOK

SILVER MEDAL Society of Illustrators

An Amazon BEST BOOK

Kansas City Star TOP 100 BOOKS

A Barnes & Noble BEST BOOK

A SLJ BEST BOOK

Seven Impossible Things TOP TEN

A Time Out New York Kids BEST BOOK

JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD SELECTION


STARRED

A rare glimpse into Smith’s softer side - as skillful as his more sly offerings, but crafted with honesty and heart.

Publishers Weekly


STARRED

A clever premise, brilliant pacing, and whimsical illustrations offer a distinctive look at the life and artistic vision of one great-grandfather. 

School Library Journal


An unassuming little masterpiece...

Bruce Handy, New York Times Book Review


Lush and magical.

People Magazine


The perfect book to help kids understand old age.

Booklist


Readers who slow down will be rewarded by this visual feast that grows richer with each visit.Though this book has lots of adult appeal, it will also be a wonderful bridge to exploring family history with the very young.

Kirkus Reviews


In what may well be his greatest achievement thus far, Caldecott Honor artist Lane Smith introduces Grandpa Green and the garden that tells his heart-tugging story.


Early Grandpa Green sketches on Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast

© 2016 Lane Smith

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