Wemberly Worried (Hardcover)

By Kevin Henkes, Kevin Henkes (Illustrator)

Greenwillow Books, 9780688170271, 32pp.

Publication Date: July 25, 2000

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (4/27/2010)
Paperback, Spanish (7/30/2017)
Prebound, Spanish (7/30/2017)
Prebound (4/27/2010)
Compact Disc (11/30/2001)
Paperback, Spanish (7/1/2007)
Library Binding (7/25/2000)
Hardcover (11/1/2001)

List Price: 17.99*
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Description

Wemberly worried about everything.

Big things.

Little things.

And things in between.

Then it was time for school to start.And Wemberly worried even more.

If you ever worry (or know someone who does), this is the book for you.



About the Author

Kevin Henkes has been praised both as a writer and as an illustrator. He received the Caldecott Medal for Kitten’s First Full Moon; Caldecott Honors for Waiting and Owen; two Newbery Honors—one for Olive’s Ocean and one for The Year of Billy Miller—and Geisel Honors for Waiting and Penny and Her Marble. His other books include Egg, Old Bear, A Good Day, Chrysanthemum, and the beloved Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse. Kevin Henkes lives with his family in Madison, Wisconsin. www.kevinhenkes.com



Kevin Henkes has been praised both as a writer and as an illustrator. He received the Caldecott Medal for Kitten’s First Full Moon; Caldecott Honors for Waiting and Owen; two Newbery Honors—one for Olive’s Ocean and one for The Year of Billy Miller—and Geisel Honors for Waiting and Penny and Her Marble. His other books include Egg, Old Bear, A Good Day, Chrysanthemum, and the beloved Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse. Kevin Henkes lives with his family in Madison, Wisconsin. www.kevinhenkes.com



Praise For Wemberly Worried

“Henkes once again puts his finger on the pulse of young children, combining good storytelling, careful characterization, and wonderfully expressive artwork to create an entertaining and reassuring picture book.”
— School Library Journal (starred review)

“Wemberly shows that being human is cause for celebration, even if you’re a mouse.”
— New York Times Book Review

“This winning heroine speaks to the worrywart in everyone.”
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)