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Great books for imaginative kids

Bibliophilic "R. Klempner"
The list author says: "Is your child a dreamer? Does your child have an unusual way of looking at the world? Pick a book that engages your child and invites him or her to soar off to fantastic places and wacky adventures. Here are a few titles that might do the trick."
Abuela (English Edition with Spanish Phrases) (Picture Puffins)
Abuela (English Edition with Spanish Phrases) (Picture Puffins)
"This wonderful book tells of a young girl and her grandmother's flight of fancy through the city. For ages 2-6."
Jessica
Jessica
"Did you have an imaginary friend when you were growing up? Did you hope you'd meet someone just like that in real life? Ages 2-6."
Millie's Marvellous Hat
Millie's Marvellous Hat
"This "marvelous" book contains gorgeous illustrations & well-written dialogue. Your child will want to imagine what hats they & all their acquaintances would wear in Millie's world when they finish the book. For ages 3-7."
Mrs. Armitage: Queen of the Road
Mrs. Armitage: Queen of the Road
"This book is one of a series. This whimsical book goes to ever wackier heights. The humor is very droll. Prepare to giggle and speculate, "How would you top that?". Ages 3-7."
And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street
And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street
"Does your kid bend the truth for effect...or are you tempted to do so? This is a story about the urge to stretch the truth just to get a reaction. One of the first by Dr. Seuss. Ages 2-6."
Harold and the Purple Crayon (Purple Crayon Books)
Harold and the Purple Crayon (Purple Crayon Books)
"No list about creativity or imagination can leave out this book. Harold uses one crayon and a lot of imagination to create a masterpiece. Ages 3 to 7."
A House Is a House for Me
A House Is a House for Me
"This book is a great conversation starter. Your children will look at the everyday objects in a different light, asking, "Is it a house, or does it live in a house?" The rhythm of the language makes it a pleasure to read as well as to listen to. For ages 2-6."
Free Fall
Free Fall
"An book of gorgeous imagery, with no words and all imagination. For ages 5 and up."
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
"Over breakfast one-morning, grandpa tells a tall tale--a tall tasty tale! Ages 3-7."
The Horse in Harry's Room (Level 1)
The Horse in Harry's Room (Level 1)
"When a city kid imagines his own horse, his parents worry. He--and they-- eventually learn that imagination can sometimes be better than reality. For ages 4-7."
McBroom's Wonderful One-Acre Farm: Three Tall Tales
McBroom's Wonderful One-Acre Farm: Three Tall Tales
"These tall tales will make your kids giggle and squeal...especially if read in a southern or down-east accent. Ages 5 to 10."
The Wolves in the Walls
The Wolves in the Walls
"A girl cautions her family members that something dreadful will happen. They doubt her...but not for long. For ages 6 to 10, or maybe even for your 5 year old if he doesn't easily get nightmares."
Math Curse
Math Curse
"This trippy book uses mathematical thinking in all sorts of imaginative ways as it tells the story of a young child on a most extraordinary day. For ages 5-10."
Higglety Pigglety Pop!: Or There Must Be More to Life
Higglety Pigglety Pop!: Or There Must Be More to Life
"Jenny is a nasty-tempered, gluttonous, self-centered dog. However, her wacked-out voyage out into the "world" teaches her life lessons. There are many layers to this book, some of which I didn't understand until adulthood...but I loved it's imaginative style as a child just the same. Readers will speculate about what the end actually means. For ages 5 and up."
Fat men from space
Fat men from space
"From a very creative--& very strange--writer, a wonderful book for ages 5 to 10. When a boy has dental work done, he doesn't realize that it can attract radio waves...& extraterrestrials! A very wacky book, & a particular favorite with boys."
Gossamer
Gossamer
"Ever wonder where dreams come from? Find out in this book. For teens."
Coraline [Mass Market Paperback]
Coraline [Mass Market Paperback]
"This book, for children in the upper-grades, is imaginative beyond measure. However, it is extremely dark & strictly for the kind of kid who likes having nightmares."
A Wrinkle in Time: and Related Readings (Literature Connections)
A Wrinkle in Time: and Related Readings (Literature Connections)
"This book captured my imagination when I read it as a child not only because of its creativity, but because of the wonderful characters & the plausible explanation of the mechanism of time/space travel. Ages 10 & up."
The Ear, the Eye and the Arm
The Ear, the Eye and the Arm
"This work of speculative fiction describes a future Africa where tradition and technology mingle. Humor and myth mingle throughout the book in a delightful mix. For teens."