Straw (The Spoon Series #3) (Hardcover)

By Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Scott Magoon (Illustrator)

Disney-Hyperion, 9781484749555, 48pp.

Publication Date: February 4, 2020

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

Meet Straw!

He's always rushed straight to the finish. But when his speedy streak gets the best of him, it takes a friend to show Straw how to drink in the amazing world around him.
A companion to Spoon and Chopsticks, this delightful story celebrates the joys of taking it slow.


About the Author

Amy Krouse Rosenthal wrote more than thirty picturebook favorites such as Little Pea, Spoon, I Wish You More, Uni the Unicorn, Plant a Kiss, and Exclamation Mark. A contributor to National Public Radio, a TED collaborator and speaker, a filmmaker, and the author of two groundbreaking adult memoirs, Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life and Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Amy raised her three children with her husband on a tree-lined street in Chicago. Visit her website at amykrouserosenthalfoundation.com.


Scott Magoon is the author and illustrator of Linus The Little Yellow Pencil, Breathe, and The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot!. He also illustrated Spoon and Chopsticks by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Rescue & Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship by Jessica Kensky & Patrick Downes, and Misunderstood Shark by Ame Dyckman. Visit Scott online at scottmagoon.com.


Praise For Straw (The Spoon Series #3)

PRAISE FOR CHOPSTICKS

2013 Pennsylvania Center for the Book Baker's Dozen
2013 Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Books for Kids
2013 IRA/CBC Teachers' Choice
2013 Notable Children's Book in the Language Arts
2013 Young Hoosier Book Award Master List
2012 Junior Library Guild Selection



PRAISE FOR SPOON

"Rosenthal's creation is adorable and funny and will be embraced by both children and parents."—Booklist

PRAISE FOR CHOPSTICKS

"This sweet story of friendship features a lot of droll wordplay. . . . Great fun."
School Library Journal

PRAISE FOR SPOON

"Hurrah for Spoon!"—Kirkus Reviews

PRAISE FOR SPOON

"The humorous but earnest message about valuing one's own talents comes through loud and clear."—Publishers Weekly