Show and Tell 04: Picture Books

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Jim, Ed, and special guest Tom Scioli flip through some of their favorite picture books including works by Saul Bass, Paul Rand, Dr. Seuss, Neil Gaiman, Dave Cooper, Renee French, and more…

The Monster At the End of This Book by Jon Stone and Michael Smollin:
No! by Marta Altes:
This Is New York by Miroslav Sasek:
I Know A Lot of Things by Ann Rand and Paul Rand:
Henri’s Walk to Paris by Leonore Klein and Saul Bass:
What’s Wrong With This Book? by Richard McGuire:
The Snowman by Raymond Briggs:
Who Needs Donuts by Mark Alan Stamaty:
Very Worried Walrus by Richard Hefter:
Night Riders by Matt Furie:
The Soap Lady by Renee French:
Bagel’s Lucky Hat by Hector Mumbly:
Gigantic Robot by Tom Gauld:
The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan:
Wolves in the Wall by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean:
Jane, the Fox & Me by Fanny Britt and Isabelle Arsenault:
Big Book of Berenstain Bears by Stan and Jan Berenstain:
Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson:
Barnaby by Crockett Johnson:
Sweet Touch by Lorna and Lecia Belian:
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