In the inner city, Aaron creates hope right outside his door. Aaron loves the corner where he lives. Right next to their house is Aaron's dad's shop, Cincy Tire and Wheel. His dad can change a tire faster than Aaron can say his name. And Aaron is always ready to help take the old tires to his Tire Mountain. But Aaron's mom is tired of living in the city. She wants to move someplace where Aaron will have room to run and play. Aaron convinces his mom that there is plenty of space to play on their very own corner.
|Product dimensions:||9.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Andrea Cheng teaches English as a Second Language in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she lives with her husband and their three children. Ms. Cheng attended Cornell University, where she studied Chinese. She has written many books for children, including the novels Marika, Honeysuckle House, The Lace Dowry, and Eclipse.
Ken Condon has illustrated for many different magazines and corporate publications. He is the illustrator of three children's books: Sky Scrape/City Scape: Poems of City Life, selected by Jane Yolen; When a City Leans Against the Sky by Allan A. De Fina; and America, My New Home by Monica Gunning. He lives with his family in western Massachusetts.