August 14, 2014
11.2 X 8.6 X 0.5 inches | 1.05 pounds
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About the Author
Hallie Durand has written many popular books for kids. She lives with her husband and three kids, including the real Marshall, in Maplewood, New Jersey. David Small is the renowned illustrator of more than fifty books, including One Cool Friend and So You Want to be President? He has won a Caldecott medal, two Caldecott honors, the Christopher Medal, and was also a National Book Award Finalist. He lives with his wife, author Sarah Stewart, in Mendon, Michigan.
Praise for Catch That Cookie: * "Durand has written a delightfully ingenious story with an altogether appealing protagonist in Marshall. The icing on the cake--er, gingerbread--is Small's wonderful pictures, created in pen-and-ink and watercolor, fill single- and double-page spreads. A wonderful draughtsman, Small uses a fluid line that adds energy to an already lively story and further invests it with wit and whimsy. All of these ingredients combine to make a truly tasty tale." --Booklist, starred review "Add this to your small shelf of truly special seasonal explorations of belief, but don't wait for a holiday to share it!" --School Library Journal "A must-have title for any library." --LMC Praise for David Small: Imogene's Antlers Featured Selection for more than 10 years on PBS's Reading Rainbow, California Young Readers Medal The Gardener Caldecott Honor, Christopher Award, ABBY Award Honor Book, 1997, Friends of American Writers (Chicago), First Place Juvenile Literary Award, 1997 So You Want to be President? Caldecott Medal Award, Chosen as one of the Best Books of the Year 2000 by the School Library Journal, Publisher's Weekly, Booklist and the Riverbank Review, Texas Bluebonnet When Dinosaurs Came With Everything No. 1 on Time magazine's list: Top 10 Children's Books of 2007, American Booksellers for Children E.B. White Read Aloud Award, April 2008, ALA Notable Book for 2007 One Cool Friend Caldecott Honor, New York Times Bestseller, Indie Next Pick