The Jelly Bean Tree (Hardcover)

By Toni Yuly, Toni Yuly (Illustrator)

Feiwel & Friends, 9781250094063, 40pp.

Publication Date: June 20, 2017

List Price: 17.99*
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Description

Jelly Bean the giraffe loves her forest and her friendseven if she's too tall to play on the forest floor. She also loves napping with her head in the trees. But when Mama Bird decides Jelly Bean is the perfect place for her nest, the giraffe suddenly has a big responsibility as she waits for the baby birds to hatch. Can Jelly Bean be patient and still enough, day and night? Yes, with a little help from her friends.

Working with collage and torn tissue paper, Toni Yuly brings charm and humor to her bold, colorful artwork in this gentle story about friendship, The Jelly Bean Tree.



About the Author

Toni Yuly has been an early bird all her life, and loves to start the day in the studio listening to other early birds sing outside her window. She was born in Seattle and now lives in Bremerton, Washington, in a small house by the water. She studied painting at the University of Washington, where she worked with the great American painter Jacob Lawrence. In addition to making art, Toni works in the King County library system. She is the author and illustrator of Early Bird and Night Owl.

Toni Yuly has been an early bird all her life, and loves to start the day in the studio listening to other early birds sing outside her window. She was born in Seattle and now lives in Bremerton, Washington, in a small house by the water. She studied painting at the University of Washington, where she worked with the great American painter Jacob Lawrence. In addition to making art, Toni works in the King County library system. She is the author and illustrator of Early Bird and Night Owl.


Praise For The Jelly Bean Tree

"Driven by endearing scenes of generosity—Jelly Bean’s friends take care of their friend while she’s occupied, and even after the chicks hatch they aren’t quite ready to leave their unconventional home—this story imparts a gentle message about being a good friend and looking out for one another." - Publishers Weekly