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The New York Times Book ReviewScrumptious, all around.
Just as in A Few Blocks, an ordinary event seen through a child's eyes becomes an amazing adventure. This time the children switch back and forth between the lunch table and the elaborate fantasy worlds they imagine (shown in Cybèle Young's intricate paper sculptures, which she has created from paintings of the children’s surroundings). At the end of the story, the world of the imagination and the everyday magically come together, and Viola and Ferdie each enjoy a few bites.
"…another handsome piece of work." —Publishers' Weekly, starred review
Praise for A Few Blocks:
"Beautifully illustrated with distinctive etched-paper collages . . . celebrates creative play and sibling cooperation in a way that feels very real." — The New York Times