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  • 5 stars across 4 books
    Aaron Becker began drawing picture books at the age of eight. After many years of practice, he published his first wordless picture book, Journey, which was named a Caldecott Honor Book. He is now on a quest to share his books with as many young readers as possible. "There is nothing more gratifying than seeing kids hold one of my books close to their heart," he says. "My hope is that these stories might inspire us all to place a bit more faith in the power of wonder." Aaron Becker lives in the USA in Massachusetts, with his wife and daughter. Find Aaron online at www.storybreathing.com and on Twitter as @storybreathing.
    7th August 2014

    Journey

    Be swept away on an elaborate flight of fancy in this Caldecott award-winning, wondrously illustrated picture book a... More

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    6th August 2015

    Quest

    Aaron Becker, creator of the stunning Journey, presents the next chapter in his luminous wordless fantasy. ... More

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    4th August 2016

    Return

    The eagerly-anticipated finale of Aaron Becker's wordless trilogy - a spectacular, suspenseful and moving story that... More

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    5th July 2018

    A Stone for Sascha

    A beautiful wordless epic from the Caldecott Honor-winning creator of Journey, Quest and Return . This y... More

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