- Teaches the importance of working together toward a common goal
- Reminds readers of the important role libraries play in community, and how they work Sometimes the biggest things can start with almost nothing at all. Ian Lendler and Mark Pett bring humor and heart to this clever twist on the classic Stone Soup folktale. - This triumphant ode to the magic of sharing stories is sure to strike a chord with bibliophiles of all genres, ages, and stripes.
- Resonates year-round as a go-to birthday or holiday gift for book-loving kids
- Perfect for children ages 5 to 8 years old
- Great gift for parents and grandparents, as well as librarians, teachers, and educators
- Add it to the shelf with books like Stone Soup by Marcia Brown, Delivering Your Mail by Ann Owen, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.
Author: Ian Lendler
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 9.20h x 11.20w x 0.50d
Audience: Ages 4-8
Booklist 05/01/2021 pg. 51
Publishers Weekly 05/10/2021
Shelf Awareness 06/04/2021
Kirkus Reviews 06/15/2021
About the Author
Ian Lendler is the author of many picture books, the Stratford Zoo graphic novel series, and several works of nonfiction. His most recent picture book, The Fabled Life of Aesop, won the American Folklore Society Aesop Prize. If he could build his own library, it would include a room filled with puppies and free pizza. He lives in San Rafael, California.