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Featured books by Eric Rohmann

Eric Rohmann's luminous style of painting was first seen in his wordless fantasy, Time Flies. It is just as evident in books he creates using other techniques. Regardless of the medium, this artist/author creates books for a range of readers that are fantastic and engaging.

A Kitten Tale

By: Eric Rohmann
Age Level: 0-3
Reading Level: Pre-Reader

Of four kittens, only one is really excited about the possibility of snow but inspires the others to enjoy it when it finally comes. Bold line and simple form combine with straightforward text to create a captivating kittens’ world.

Cinder-Eyed Cat

By: Eric Rohmann
Age Level: 3-6
Reading Level: Beginning Reader

A boy journeys to an island filled with big cats where he begins a nighttime adventure until it is time for the cats to sleep and the boy to return home.

Clara and Asha

By: Eric Rohmann
Age Level: 3-6
Reading Level: Beginning Reader

Soon after sleep eludes Clara, a fish named Asha floats through the window to share friendship and adventure in this gentle fantasy.

My Friend Rabbit

By: Eric Rohmann
Illustrated by: Eric Rohmann
Age Level: 3-6
Reading Level: Pre-Reader

Rabbit always thinks of things to do even though they often lead to trouble. When Mouse's toy airplane gets stuck in a tree, Rabbit's animal ladder is sure to release it — with very funny results in this Caldecott Medal-winning book.

Pumpkinhead

By: Eric Rohmann
Age Level: 3-6
Reading Level: Beginning Reader

Otho was born with a pumpkin for a head, and so when he 'heads' out for adventure, it is only that which goes. This offbeat adventure is fast-paced, quirky, and very funny.

Time Flies

By: Eric Rohmann
Age Level: 3-6
Reading Level: Beginning Reader

When a bird flies into an exhibit of dinosaurs, the museum walls and the bones begin to change to prehistoric times. The amazing fantasy comes full circle to a satisfying conclusion.

Books illustrated by Eric Rohmann

My Friend Rabbit

By: Eric Rohmann
Illustrated by: Eric Rohmann
Age Level: 3-6
Reading Level: Pre-Reader

Rabbit always thinks of things to do even though they often lead to trouble. When Mouse's toy airplane gets stuck in a tree, Rabbit's animal ladder is sure to release it — with very funny results in this Caldecott Medal-winning book.

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