My first Wanda Ga'g book was The ABC Bunny. It's a recommendation in the BFIAR curriculum. It's a very sweet little story, very folksy, and a good way to reinforce the alphabet. Wanda wrote the story and her sister set it to a little tune. Her brother did the hand-lettering of the book.
Here's a link to a good biography of Wanda. She had an interesting life, with lots of challenges, and even all-out difficulties.
Here is a list of her books:
- The ABC Bunny, 1933.
- The Day of Doom by Michael Wigglesworth; illustrated by Wanda Gág, 1929.
- The Funny Thing, 1929.
- Gone is Gone; or, the Story of a Man Who Wanted to Do Housework, 1935.
- Growing Pains: Diaries and Drawings for the Years 1908-1917
- Millions of Cats, 1928.
- More Tales from Grimm, 1947.
- Nothing At All, 1941.
- Snippy and Snappy, 1931.
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Translator), 1938.
- Tales from Grimm, 1936.
- Three Gay Tales from Grimm, 1943.
- Wanda Gag’s Storybook (includes Millions of Cats, The Funny Thing, and Snippy and Snappy), 1932.