Boxes have many stories to share, stories to inspire, and stories to help us learn and be creative. Here are a few of the stories that boxes have to tell. You might well expect to find books about creative play and cardboard boxes, but there are books for a range of young readers here and boxes comes in many shapes and colors.
written by Lisa Taylor
When Penelope and Beryl must play together at Penelope’s house, Beryl isn’t interested in Penelope’s plentiful toys. She wants to play in a cardboard box, imagining all sorts of adventures. Penelope is intrigued and soon the girls become friends. Ages 3 to 6.
written by Kenneth Kit Lamug
The author and illustrator uses pencil drawings to convey all the ways in which a box is not just a box. Ages 3 to 7.