You can’t keep him you know. You’ll have to let him go.
Where’s my monster truck?
written by Suzanne Slade / illustrated by Robert McGuire
Picture Window Books / ISBN: 978-1404831025
Selection of The Original Art Exhibition Society of Illustrators New York
Prisha wanted to meditate. She wanted to be like the wise yogi, but she just couldn't. Every time she closed her eyes she'd start thinking of so many things. Even the cat was better at meditation than she was!
written by Crystal Hubbard /illustrated by Robert McGuire
Lee & Low Books / ISBN: 978-1584302742
An Evelyn Thurman Young Readers Award Winner
"Please, please give me a child. No matter how small!" said the little old woman who lived alone in the forest with her little old husband.
In the Dreamtime, things were different. In the dreamtime, supernatural beings walked the Earth. It was the time out of time. It was the everywhen.
written by Sid Fleischman / illustrated by Robert McGuire
Greenwillow Books / ISBN: 978-0061131370
Exclusive illustrations for Sid Fleischman the Newbery Medalist.
"The monks took him to the courtyard where the Emperor could examine him in the sunlight."
written by Belinda Hollyer / illustrated by Robert McGuire
Holiday House / ISBN: 978-0-8234-2149-7
Girl and Cheetah are friends. Girl and Cheetah go everywhere together.
She played and she played. She played through the night and through the day. She played for anyone who would listen. She played for the stars and the moon.
Mamie was not a big girl. That's probably why they called her peanut. But her heart was big. And she was going to play in the big leagues. And there was nothing that nobody, nowhere, was going to do to stop her!
Ming didn't want to be born in the year of the rat. She made a face and asked, "Why can't I be a tiger or a horse or a . . . dragon? Why can't I just be anything, anything but a rat!"
written by Tim Myers
illustrated by Robert McGuire
"Jimmy Winkfield was a small boy with big dreams."
"Horses seemed to love Jimmy right back."
"Wink made his move, but the opening was too small and the other jockeys wouldn't give way."
"Frederick had to cook, clean, and do odd jobs around the house. For his meals, he only got cooked corn called mush."