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Jon Klassen

Here is a man who likes his hats. Illustrator and author Jon Klassen, whose most famous work is his recently completed Hat Trilogy has bought laughter, joy and hats to the lives of many a child… and plenty of grown-ups too. The Caldecott and Kate Greenaway medal-winning former animator delivers hilarious stories of fish, bears and turtles that you can’t help but fall in love with, and are laugh out loud too. His many collaborations, including working with the mysterious Lemony Snicket and several with Mac Barnett, highlight his amazingly subtle, beautiful and full of character illustrations that catch the eye and give life to the page. Once you become a fan, you always have a special place for Jon klassen’s work on your bookshelf.

 

Hats | Picture Books | Older Readers 

 

Hats

I Want My Hat Back
(Paperback)
Jon Klassen; Jon Klassen
A bear searches for his missing hat in the bestselling, multiple award-winning picture book debut of Jon Klassen.
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This is Not My Hat
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Jon Klassen; Jon Klassen
 
A sneaky fish learns a lesson in crime and punishment in the bestselling, multiple award-winning sequel to I Want My Hat Back.
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We Found a Hat
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Jon Klassen; Jon Klassen
 
The multiple award-winning and bestselling Jon Klassen presents the final tale in his acclaimed and bestselling hat trilogy, giving his deadpan finale a surprising new twist...
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Picture Books

Triangle
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Mac Barnett; Jon Klassen
 
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Sam and Dave Dig a Hole
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Mac Barnett; Jon Klassen
 
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The Dark
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Lemony Snicket; Jon Klassen
 
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House Held Up by Trees
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Ted Kooser; Jon Klassen
 
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Extra Yarn
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Mac Barnett; Jon Klassen
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Older Readers

The Nest
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Kenneth Oppel; Jon Klassen
 
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Pax
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Sara Pennypacker; Jon Klassen
 
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The Nest
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Kenneth Oppel; Jon Klassen
 
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The Witch's Boy
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Kelly Barnhill
 
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