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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781554989959
Publisher: Groundwood Books
Publication date: 09/11/2018
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 1,208,935
Product dimensions: 8.75(w) x 9.75(h) x (d)
Age Range: 4 - 7 Years

About the Author

Sandra V. Feder is the author of The Moon Inside, illustrated by Aimée Sicuro, as well as the popular Daisy series of early chapter books—Daisy’s Perfect Word, Daisy’s Defining Day and Daisy’s Big Night. After moving many times and discovering the sweetness of each new place, she now lives in Northern California.

Kyrsten Brooker studied illustration at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and has since illustrated over twenty books for children, including Chik Chak Shabbat by Mara Rockliff and The Poem That Will Not End, written by Joan Bransfield Graham. She lives with her family in Edmonton.

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Praise for Bitter and Sweet:

"While telling a familiar story about the difficulties of moving, the quietly expressive text offers a clear view of Hannah’s emotions and a hopeful, yet practical perspective on making things better. . . . [I]nsightful." — Booklist, STARRED REVIEW

"[Kyrsten] Brooker's illustrations are a marvel." — Kirkus Reviews

About The Moon Inside, by Sandra V. Feder, illustrated by Aimée Sicuro:

“Feder’s words are gentle and reassuring and will satisfy children who also fear the dark … A lovely addition to bedtime book collections.” Booklist

“A simply luminous and reassuring selection to share before bedtime, again and again.” School Library Journal

“There’s no shortage of picture books on this topic, but Feder and Sicuro handle this with such care and thoughtfulness; it really stands out.” Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast

About Chik Chak Shabbat, by Mara Rockliff, illustrated by Kyrsten Brooker:

“Rockliff’s lovely, unassuming story of tradition and multicultural community is smartly paired with Brooker’s oil and collages. At once homespun and stylish, the pictures speak to the possibilities for human connection in a modern, urban setting.” Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Delightful. … As warm and comforting as a bowl of cholent, this does a fine job of showing how the American mosaic can also be a satisfying whole. Brooker’s illustrations, which are reminiscent of Gabi Swiatkowska’s work, are full of wit and emotion that bring the story alive.” Booklist, starred review

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