My Kite Is Stuck! and Other Stories
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"The simple digital art, bold, with thick black outlines and vivid colors, expertly uses facial expressions and body language to support the text." - Kirkus Reviews
"A step up from Mo Willems's "Elephant and Piggie" in reading level, Yoon's beginning reader is thoughtfully designed. . . . Cheerful, approachable, and thoughtfully created, this beginning reader will find a welcome home in public and school libraries." - School Library Journal
"[A] wonderfully engaging easy reader. The simply drawn digital cartoon characters exude personality and charm. . . . This collection of small dramas is just right for fledgling readers and perfect for read-alouds and reader's theater productions." - starred review, School Library Journal on DUCK, DUCK, PORCUPINE!
"A simple chapter book/graphic novel to engage the youngest new readers." - Kirkus Reviews on DUCK, DUCK, PORCUPINE!
"Novice readers will find success here. . . . Yoon's crisp, clean art has a coloring-book-like simplicity that will appeal to youngsters. . . . Kids (and the adults who work with them) can never have too many attractive, well-written beginning readers, and this trio of cuties is a welcome addition to the genre." - BCCB on DUCK, DUCK, PORCUPINE!
"A sweet, visually striking story of friendship and acceptance." - starred review, Booklist on BE A FRIEND
"This comforting story successfully addresses the common fear of storms for a young audience . . . This storm's impact has no lasting power against a family's love." - School Library Journal on STORMY NIGHT
"Readers will appreciate the graduating reassurances that range from self-soothing to group hugs . . . Youngsters will empathize with Bear and derive comfort from the loving togetherness his family displays while keeping the storm at bay." - Kirkus Reviews on STORMY NIGHT
"A terrific combination for preschoolers and early readers who will sympathize with Bear's competing desires." - The New York Times Book Review on FOUND
"A thoughtful, flawlessly executed exploration of theory of mind and emotional intelligence." - starred review, Publishers Weekly on FOUND