The 46 Little Men by Jan Mogensen

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The 46 little men live in a picture on the nursery wall. One day Professor P. and his friend Morrison open the brown suitcase and find two nails, a rope ladder, and a map of the Island of the Elves. It is the beginning of a strange and wonderful journey with an unexpected ending . . . and without a single word. Full-color illustrations.
 

About Jan Mogensen

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Jan Mogensen was born in Denmark in 1945. He has illustrated over thirty children's book and won several international awards for his work.
 
Published May 1, 1991 by Greenwillow. 21 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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 A popular Swedish illustrator cleverly extends a Swedish tradition—the amusing scene incorporating dozens of mischievous little figures—to make a story.

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Beginning with the clever endpaper introduction to its stars, this perky, mostly wordless picture-book fantasy features miniature people who make their home in a painting on a nursery wall.

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In PW 's words, ``This perky, mostly wordless .

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