Boom Snot Twitty (Hardcover)

By Doreen Cronin, Renata Liwska (Illustrator)

Viking Books for Young Readers, 9780670785759, 40pp.

Publication Date: May 1, 2014

List Price: 16.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Boom!

Snot…

Twitty?

Three unlikely friends,

and three different ways

of being in the world.

This simplest of stories

is a fable for life.



About the Author

Doreen Cronin worked as a attorney before writing her first book, Click, Clack Moo: Cows That Type which won a Caldecott Honor. Since then she has written over 20 books for children. Born in Queens and raised in Long Island, Doreen now lives in Brooklyn with her two children.

Renata Liwska is the illustrator of the New York Times bestseller, The Quiet Book, written by Deborah Underwood. She is also the author and illustrator of Red Wagon and Little Panda. Born in Warsaw, Poland, Renata now lives in Calgary, Canada with her husband.



Praise For Boom Snot Twitty

PRAISE FOR BOOM, SNOT, TWITTY:

"Serene, quietly joyous and utterly life-affirming." —Kirkus starred review

"...the illustrations and characters will attract a fair number of fans." —School Library Journal

"This charming episode affirms that friends with different personalities can enjoy being together while still doing their own things." —Booklist
"[For a] rainy-day snuggle session with a thoughtful child or two." —BCCB

PRAISE FOR DOREEN CRONIN:

“Each turn of the page will bring fresh waves of giggles.” —Kirkus starred review of Diary of a Worm

“[A] hilarious debut picture book…Kids and underdogs everywhere will cheer for the clever critters that calmly and politely stand up for their rights.” —Publishers Weekly starred review of Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type

PRAISE FOR RENATA LIWSKA:

“The soft, matte feel of the illustrations…are priceless. The animals' facial expressions and body language are endearing.” —School Library Journal starred review of The Quiet Book

“The creator of The Quiet Book (2010), a New York Times best-seller, offers a winning story of imaginative play that makes a worthy partner to Crockett Johnson’s Harold and the Purple Crayon (1955) and Antoinette Portis’ Not a Box (2007).” —Booklist starred review of Red Wagon