"On a Beam of Light"
written by Jennifer Berne
© 2013, Chronicle Books


"Advice to little girls"
written byMark Twain
© 2013, Enchanted Lion Books

"Consigli alle bambine"
di Mark Twain
© 2010, Donzelli



"Vestiario/Bestiario"
© 2011, Donzelli


"Hip Hop Dog"
written by Chris Raschka
© 2010, HarperCollinsPublishers

The Russian edition of "Hip Hop Dog" (with CD)
written and performed by Vladimir Kristovsky
© 2010, Corpus



"You?"
© 2009, Harcourt, Inc



"Where The Giant Sleeps"
written by Mem Fox
© 2007, Harcourt, Inc



"Because..."
in collaboration with Mikhail Baryshnikov
© 2007, Simon&Schuster / genee seo books


"Le Grand Bazar"
© 2006, Les Editions Du Panama


“Fire! Fire! Said Mrs. McGuire”
written by Bill Martin Jr
© 2006, Harcourt Inc. / Gulliver Books


“I Love You Dude”
© 2005, Harcourt, Inc. / Gulliver Books


“Boy Meets Girl”
in collaboration with Chris Raschka
© 2004, Editions du Seuil / Chronicle Books


“What Does Peace Feel Lilke?”
© 2004, Simon & Schuster / Anne Schwartz Book


“The Mighty Asparagus”
© 2004, Harcourt, Inc. / Silver Whistle


“# 1 (one)”
© 2003, Viking


“Manneken Pis, a Simple Story of a Boy Who Peed on a War”
© 2002, Simon & Schuster / Anne Schwartz Book


“# 10 (ten)”
© 2002, Viking


“Square Triangle Round Skinny” (four books in a box)
© 2002, Candlewick Press


“Table Manners”
in collaboration with Chris Raschka
© 2001, Candlewick Press


“My Dolly”
written by Woody Guthrie
© 2001, Candlewick Press


“Bling Blang”
written by Woody Guthrie
© 2000, Candlewick Press


“Howdi Do”
written by Woody Guthrie
© 2000, Candlewick Press


“Discovery”
written by Joseph Brodsky
© 1999, Farrar Straus Giroux


“An Edward Lear Alphabet”
written by Edward Lear
© 1999, Harper Collins Publishers


“Yucka Drucka Droni”
in collaboration with Evgenia Radunsky
© 1998, Scholastic Press


“Telephone”
written by Kornei Chukovsky
translated by Jamey Gambrell
© 1996, North-South Books


“The Maestro Plays”
written by Bill Martin Jr
© 1994, Henry Holt and Company


“The Story of a Boy Named Will,”
written by Daniil Kharms
translated by Jamey Gambrell
© 1993, North-South Books


“Hail to Mail”
written by Samuel Marshak
translated by Richard Pevear
© 1990, Henry Holt and Company


“The Pup Grew Up”
written by Samuel Marshak
translated by Richard Pevear
© 1989, Henry Holt and Company