How Do You Do?

Larissa Theule (Author) Gianna Marino (Illustrator)
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Description

Water Buffalo and Crane's field is dry, empty, and hot--so hot that they can barely think of anything else. Every day is the same . . .

Until one day, they hear something new.

"How do you do?"

When Goat dances into their lives, Water Buffalo and Crane can't help but join in. Suddenly their field doesn't seem dry, empty, and hot at all. Even after Goat dances away, their world is no longer so small.

This beautiful story about widening your horizons and making new friends, brought to life with stunning illustrations by Gianna Marino, shows how all it takes is one special friend to change your world.

Product Details

Price
$17.99
Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publish Date
January 15, 2019
Pages
40
Dimensions
10.9 X 0.4 X 9.1 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
ISBN/EAN
9781619638075
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About the Author

Larissa Theule grew up in five different countries and learned firsthand the joy and adventure of making new friends. She has an MFA in Writing for Children from Vermont College of the Fine Arts and is the author of FAT & BONES: AND OTHER STORIES. Larissa now lives in Southern California with her family and dog, whose playfulness reminds her of Goat.
www.larissatheule.com

Gianna Marino is the author and illustrator of many books for, including Too Tall Houses, Night Animals, and If I Had a Horse. Even though the world sometimes seems very large, Gianna has managed to explore much of it. She lives in Northern California where she illustrates full time and dreams of her next adventure around the world.
www.giannamarino.com

Reviews

"The story is serious about its shift from glum to optimistic, but the background colors and the animals' humorous expressions keep it light throughout--anyone who's needed this kind of intervention will relate." --Kirkus Reviews

"The point is well taken: new acquaintances can help 'the world feel not so-hot . . . Nor so small.'" --Publishers Weekly

"Joyful. . . . Join to titles like Karen Hesse's Come On, Rain! (1999) or Nina Crews' One Hot Summer Day (1995) for a storytime heat wave." --Booklist

"Great for sharing one-on-one or in a storytime on how to make friends." --School Library Journal