A Story for Small Bear

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Schwartz & Wade Books
Publish Date
Pages
40
Dimensions
10.81 X 10.81 X 0.5 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781984852274

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About the Author

ALICE McGINTY is the award-winning author of over forty books for children, including Darwin, an Orbis Pictus Honor Book and one of Booklist's Top 10 Biographies for Youth. Her picture book, Rabbi Benjamin's Buttons, was named a Sydney Taylor Notable Book. Kirkus Reviews called her most recent title, The Girl Who Named Pluto, an inspiring and beautifully illustrated tale in a starred review. She also runs a writing camp for kids, Words on Fire. Visit her on the web at alicebmcginty.com or follow her on Twitter @AliceBMcGinty.

Richard Jones has over 15 years experience in creative arts, and has recently begun illustrating children's books. He is the illustrator of Town Mouse, Country Mouse by Libby Walden, a reimagining of Aesop's fable. His title Whale in a Fishbowl recieved four starred reviews and was a Kirkus and New York Public Library Best Book of 2018. He was nominated for the Ezra Jack Keats Award for New Illustrator in 2019. Visit him on the web at paintedmouse.com or follow him on Twitter: @apaintedmouse

Reviews

Praise for Alice B. McGinty's The Girl Who Named Pluto:

"An inspiring and beautifully illustrated tale made all the better by its historical foundation." --Kirkus Review, Starred Review


Praise for Richard Jone's Whale in a Fishbowl:

"This subtle, satisfying narrative will be especially appealing to introspective readers who yearn for something that's perhaps yet unknown."--Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"The tale of how the solitary Wednesday discovers the sea and her destiny is heartwarming,
and readers will cheer for her."--Booklist, starred review

"By reaching for emotional rather than documentary truth, this team explores the injustice of captivity with a gentle touch."--Publishers Weekly, starred review

"This moving tale of longing and belonging is sure to prompt introspection, likely making it a popular choice for independent reading as well as reading aloud."--Bulletin, starred review