Jazzy and Kettle are two children who are both new to the neighborhood. Early one morning, each of them goes outside to play before any of the adults are awake. There they meet and become friends and then decide to go on an adventure together.
Jazzy and Kettle set off for a morning jaunt into the woods near their houses. There they find flowers and birds and bugs and animals, all with their own springtime jobs. They face a little bit of trouble and then learn some valuable lessons. Together the children come to understand a bit more about friendship, respect, the fun of exploration, and ways to overcome their fears. They share how they see life and discover the power of courage and the thrill of curiosity.
Celebrating racial and gender equality, this children's book tells the story of two new friends who go for an early-morning journey in the woods and make important discoveries about life and about themselves.
|8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.25(d)
|5 - 8 Years
About the Author
RICK QUINN was born in Queens Village, New York. He learned to read by associating words within captioned photos of baseball players. His education took him through Catholic grammar school and public high school on Long Island and then to Clemson University. He is a father of four children who spent many enjoyable hours reading to them.
SEFIRA LIGHTSTONE is an illustrator based in Seattle. She illustrated for Chabad.org for three years until she turned to freelance work. She is a jogger, hiker, photographer, and mother. This is her first children's book. Visit her online at http://www.sefiracreative.com/.