The Three Questions (Revised 2005)

Jon J. Muth (Author)
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Description

A perfect gift for graduation--or any occasion--by a Caldecott Honor Book Artist!

"Quietly life changing..."
--The New York Times

Young Nikolai is searching for the answers to his three questions:
When is the best time to do things?
Who is the most important one?
What is the right thing to do?
But it is his own response to a stranger's cry for help that leads him directly to the answers he is looking for.
This profound and inspiring book is about compassion and being engaged in each moment.
With his stunning watercolors -- and text that resounds with universal truths, Jon J Muth has transformed a story by Leo Tolstoy into a timeless fable for readers of every age!

Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Scholastic Press
Publish Date
April 01, 2002
Pages
32
Dimensions
12.3 X 0.4 X 9.9 inches | 1.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780439199964

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About the Author

Jon J Muth's enchanting picture books include his Caldecott Honor Book Zen Shorts and four companion books featuring Stillwater, Koo, and their wonderful young friends. His book The Three Questions, based on a short story by Tolstoy, was called "quietly life-changing" by The New York Times Book Review. And The Horn Book called Jon's Stone Soup "delicious and satisfying." His exquisitely beautiful books have been translated into more than fifteen languages and are cherished by readers of all ages. Jon lives in New York State with his wife and their four children.

Reviews

Praise for The Three Questions
"Quietly life changing..." --The New York Times
* "A soaring achievement." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review
* "Moral without being moralistic, the tale sends a simple and direct message unfreighted by pomp or pedantry. Muth's art is as carefully distilled as his prose. A series of misty, evocative watercolors in muted tones suggests the figures and their changing relationships to the landscape." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review