Molly Bang - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1997 - 32 pages
Imagines a village in which there are too many people consuming shared resources and discusses the challenge of handling our world's environment safely.
Molly Bang - Design - 2000 - 96 pages
The illustrator of a retelling of "Little Red Riding Hood" provides a step-by-step account of her work to reveal the principles of illustration and the role of shape and color ...
Molly Bang - Juvenile Fiction - 2002 - 32 pages
A shipbuilder tells his daughter Dawn how he once nursed a Canada goose with a broken wing, and how soon thereafter the young woman who would become his wife and Dawn's mother ...
Molly Bang - Juvenile Fiction - 1987 - 32 pages
Business returns to a once prosperous restaurant when a mysterious stranger pays for his meal with a magical paper crane that comes alive and dances.
Molly Bang - Juvenile Fiction - 2001 - 110 pages
After eleven-year-old Lupe is partially paralyzed in an accident in her Mexican village, other handicapped people help her realize that her life can still have purpose.