Friday, November 29, 2013


Pigeon Hat

This cap doubles as a Pigeon-poop protector.

Limited production run available exclusively (and benefiting) The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art (you can tell because it's embroidered on the back).

The cap comes in ADULT SIZES and KIDS SIZES.

Thursday, July 25, 2013


"Let's play 'Drive the Bus'!", said the pigeon. "I'll go first!". Will you let this very persuasive pigeon drive the bus?

From the first edition cover by Mo Willems.

- 100% cotton bodysuit
- Sizes (6M, 12M, 18M, 24M)
- Color: turquoise

Purchase of this bodysuit sends one book to a community in need

Available from your favorite Onesie store or OUT OF PRINT.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

MO... ON THE GO! App!

Pigeon Presents: Mo...On the Go!

MO...ON THE GO! a new game and drawing app is filled will all kinds of silliness that hopefully will spill over from the digital device into the real world.


Three-time Caldecott honoree Mo Willems invites you to join some of his most beloved characters in this collection of entertaining games and activities to play anytime, anywhere!
“Mo…On the Go!” lets you dance, draw, take pictures, create monsters, and even drive the bus! As you play, unlock stickers to put in your sticker vault!

Let the Pigeon drive the bus…in his dreams!
Take a "Squillem"—really just a crazy scribble—and turn it into a drawing on your own, with a pal, or with Mo!
Create a terrifying—or hilarious—monster with Leonardo, but watch out: it’s alive!
Do the Jumbo Gumbo, the Piggie Jiggie, and tons more funky moves in Elephant and Piggie’s Dance-O-Rama!
Snap your own pictures or use pictures from Knuffle Bunny and add stickers of all Mo’s favorite characters to them!

Collect dozens of stickers!
Create special hidden combo dances for Elephant and Piggie. Mo might even stop by for a dance!
See how Leonardo and Sam react to your monster creation. Did you scare them?
Watch as Mo demonstrates how to transform a scribble into a work of art!
Share your masterpieces with friends or store them in your sticker vault.
Send Knuffle Bunny postcards to loved ones.
And whatever you do…stay away from the Mad Cow!
 You can put it on your iThingie or your Nook thingie and play with it! 

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

The Mo Willems Cartoon Collection Vol. 3

Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late… and more stories by Mo Willems

Animated cartoon collection featuring:

DON’T LET THE PIGEON STAY UP LATE! (Featuring the voices of Mo Willems and John Scieszka) It’s getting dark out, but one stubborn Pigeon is NOT going to bed! Will you let him stay up late?

KNUFFLE BUNNY FREE: AN UNEXPECTED DIVERSION (Featuring the voices of Trixie, Cher and Mo Willems) Trixie and her family set off on a fantastic trip to visit her grandparents – in Holland! But it seems Knuffle Bunny has different plans.

EDWINA, THE DINOSAUR WHO DIDN’T KNOW SHE WAS EXTINCT (Featuring the voices of Cher and Mo Willems) Everyone loves Edwina, except the class know-it-all, who tries to convince everyone that dinosaurs are extinct.

All cartoons based on classic books by Mo Willems
Bonus Features
3 Stories on One DVD Plus: Interview with Mo Willems; Recipe for Edwina’s Chocolate Chip Cookies; Read-Along.

You can find this at your favorite video store, library, or get a copy here.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013


Well, the Pigeon's not so sure about that. Besides, he took a bath last month!


It's going to take some serious convincing to get the Pigeon to take the plunge.

Available at your favorite local bookstore or library April 1, 2014 or pre-order here.

Friday, June 14, 2013


From the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, postcards featuring some of Mo's favorite characters and THE RED ELEPHANT sculpture.

Sales benefit the Carle. Available here.

Mo Willems Postcard - InspirationMo Willems Postcard - Knuffle BunnyMo Willems Postcard - LeonardoMo Willems Postcard - The PigeonMo Willems Postcard - The Red ElephantMo Willems Postcard - Elephant & Piggie


Mo Willems Exhibit Catalog 
Reproductions from the SERIOUSLY SILLY: A DECADE OF ART & WHIMSY BY MO WILLEMS exhibition at the Eric Carle Museum and essay by Chief Curator H. Nichols B. Clark, "The Comic, The Character, and the Craftsman in The Art of Mo Willems," the catalog brings together final and process work from a wide array of Mo's books.