It Looked Like Spilt Milk, by Charles Shaw
Uses illustrations and text to tell about the shapes of clouds.
I Am A Dancer, by Eleanor Schick
A young girl expresses her feelings about herself and the world around her through dance.
And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street, by Dr. Seuss
A boy imagines a series of incredible sights on his way home from school so that he will have an interesting report to give his father.
I'm A Manatee, by John Lithgow
A boy imagines that he is a manatee, sprinkling seaweed on his raisin bran-atee and dignifying his watery domain with his wit, sophistication, and urbanity.
Polar Skater, by Sally Grindley
While learning to skate, a little girl escapes into the snowy polar landscape of her imagination.
If I Were A Lion, by Sarah Weeks
A young girl imagines how wild she could be if she were an animal.
Harold And The Purple Crayon, by Crockett Johnson
Harold goes for an adventurous walk in the moonlight with his purple crayon.
Farmer Will, by Jane Cowen-Fletcher
Will, the happiest little farmer in the whole wide world, loves to take his horse Orsey, his cow Dow, his sheep Bah, and his pig Wink-Wink outside and play with them and imagines them as live animals.
Someone Says, by Carol Lexa Schaefer
A day at preschool has leaping frogs, dancing ponies, flapping wings, eating like tigers, and all the things that children can dream.
Captain Bob Takes Flight, by Roni Schotter
A boy pretends to be on a flight mission while cleaning his room.
I Know What You Do When I Go To School, by Ann Cannon
A child imagines all of the great adventures that his mother and younger brother have while he is at school.
Harry's Box , by Angela McAllister
A young boy and his dog spend an afternoon playing with a cardboard box and imagining that it has become all sorts of exciting things.
I'm Not Bobby, by Jules Feiffer
A young boy isn't ready to go home when his mother calls so he pretends he is a lion, a dinosaur, a monster, a spaceship heading for Mars, and anyone or anything but Bobby.
Just Think, by Bette Killion
A young girl lets her imagination wander as she runs errands with her mother.
Gruffalo , by Julia Donaldson
A clever mouse imagines a terrifying creature to keep from being eaten by a fox, an owl, and a snake--only to have to outwit that creature as well.
Abuela, by Arthur Dorros
Sp- E Dorros
While riding on a bus with her grandmother, a little girl imagines that they are carried up into the sky and fly over the sights of New York City.
Volando sobre la isla de Manhattan, dando volteretas en el aire, y compitiendo con los veleros, Rosalba y su abuela realizan un extraordinario viaje , en la imaginacion de la nina.
Ballerina! By Peter Sis
A little girl puts on costumes of different colors and imagines herself dancing on stage.
Carnival Of The Animals, by John Lithgow
A mischievous boy slips away from his teacher during a field trip to a natural history museum and, after the museum closes, sees all of the people he knows transformed into animals.
Dinosaur! By Peter Sis
While taking a bath, a young boy is joined by all sorts of dinosaurs.
I'm A Jolly Farmer, by Julie Lacome
Rhyming text and illustrations follow a little girl who, with the help of her patient dog, pretends to be a farmer, a princess, a deep-sea diver, and little Red Riding Hood.
In The Back Seat, by Deborah Durland Desaix
Jeffrey doesn't want to take a long trip into the country because he is too short to see out the car window, so his big sister weaves an exciting story out of the passing scenery.
On My Way To Buy Eggs, by Chih-Yuan Chen
When her father sends her out for eggs before she can go out to play, Shau-yu finds plenty of excitement while walking to the store.
Orson Blasts Off, by Raul Colon
When his computer breaks down, a little boy discovers that imagination is way more fun than a computer game.
Sailaway Home, by Bruce Degen
A young pig imagines fantastic adventures in the sky and sea, always being able to return home at day's end.
The Small World Of Binky Braverman , by Rosemary Wells
Binky Braverman's stay with his aunt and uncle in Memphis unexpectedly proves to be full of adventure when characters on the boxes and jars in their kitchen come to life and become his friends.
Toby Who Are You? By William Steig
Toby imagines he is all sorts of different things when he goes on a picnic.
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, by Judi Barrett
Imagine a place where you don't have to go to the store to buy food, because your food falls from the sky!
Imagine You Are A Crocodile, by Karen Wallace
Imagine you are a long, scaly crocodile lying still in the murky water, waiting patiently for dinner.
Character in the Book, by Kaethe Zemach-Bersin
What do characters in books due when they want to leave their book to visit family? Can they hop out of the pages? The Character in this book, gives it a shot.
A Rainbow of My Own, by Don Freeman
A small boy imagines what it would be like to have his own rainbow to play with.
Mr. Katapat's incredible, by Stephane Barroux
Each day, an ordinary man becomes a great adventurer when he goes to the library and lets his imagination go wild!