Willy and the Cardboard Boxes by Lizi Boyd
(Viking Kestrel picture books)

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With the help of his imagination and a lot of empty boxes at his father's office, Willy flies into a colorful world where the boxes become a boat, horse, fire truck, and more.
 

About Lizi Boyd

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Boyd is a designer and illustrator.
 
Published June 1, 1991 by Viking Juvenile. 320 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Fiction

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After Willy's indulgent parents finally put him to bed, he imagines who might still be awake: a bird that carries him through the air;

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The day Dad's new computer arrives, Willy goes to the office with him to spend a happy day playing with the boxes, building everything from a plane to a circus.

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The day Dad's new computer arrives, Willy goes to the office with him to spend a happy day playing with the boxes, building everything from a plane to a circus.

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The Not-So-Wicked Stepmother ) offers a well-meaning celebration of a child's inventiveness, her text and two-dimensional pictures--in which Willy's facial expression varies very little from page to page--lack spark.

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