Anzu and the Art of Friendship
A new student connects with her classmates through origami.

Starting a new school, Anzu struggles to find her place. Starting a new art unit, her class struggles to learn origami. It's not easy to make friends or to fold tiny paper figures, but with her grandfather’s encouragement, Anzu finds a way to try again even when she doesn’t succeed the first time—and helps her classmates do the same.

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Anzu and the Art of Friendship
A new student connects with her classmates through origami.

Starting a new school, Anzu struggles to find her place. Starting a new art unit, her class struggles to learn origami. It's not easy to make friends or to fold tiny paper figures, but with her grandfather’s encouragement, Anzu finds a way to try again even when she doesn’t succeed the first time—and helps her classmates do the same.

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Anzu and the Art of Friendship

Anzu and the Art of Friendship

Anzu and the Art of Friendship

Anzu and the Art of Friendship

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Overview

A new student connects with her classmates through origami.

Starting a new school, Anzu struggles to find her place. Starting a new art unit, her class struggles to learn origami. It's not easy to make friends or to fold tiny paper figures, but with her grandfather’s encouragement, Anzu finds a way to try again even when she doesn’t succeed the first time—and helps her classmates do the same.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780807561355
Publisher: Whitman, Albert & Company
Publication date: 06/22/2023
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)
Lexile: AD570L (what's this?)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Moni Ritchie Hadley is the author of Anzu and the Art of Friendship and The Star Festival. After attending UCLA and enjoying a career as a home/hospital teacher, Moni pursued her dream of becoming a writer. She is the founder of the Write Kidlit Now! scholarship, and lives in Los Angeles with her family and four furry writing buddies.



Nathalia Takeyama is a half Japanese and half Brazilian artist who grew up surrounded by two beautiful cultures that inspire her every day. She majored in animation design in college and won an illustration scholarship from Quanta Academia de Artes. She works mainly in digital media and loves textures, colorful palettes, and diverse characters. She lives in São Paulo, Brazil.
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