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A Stone Sat Still

Brendan Wenzel

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Chronicle Books
01 September 2019
Children's & Educational; Picture storybooks
A stone sat still with the water, grass, and dirt and it was as it was where it was in the world.

To some creatures it's a pebble, to others a peak, to some a smell. Each animal that encounters the stone knows it to be something unique, but the stone itself is a constant in an ever changing world. In this brilliant companion to the Caldecott Honor-winning They All Saw a Cat, Brendan Wenzel tells a moving story about how different perspectives and the passage of time can turn a seemingly ordinary stone into a site of infinite possibility.
Illustrated by:   Brendan Wenzel
Imprint:   Chronicle Books
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 279mm, 
ISBN:   9781452173184
ISBN 10:   1452173184
Pages:   56
Publication Date:   01 September 2019
Recommended Age:   From 3 to 5 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Brendan Wenzel is a New York Times bestselling author and illustrator based in upstate New York. An ardent conservationist, he is a proud collaborator with many organisations working to ensure the future of wild places and threatened species, especially within Southeast Asia. His debut picture book, They All Saw a Cat, was the recipient of a Caldecott Honor. You can find more of his work at Brendanwenzel.info.

Reviews for A Stone Sat Still

Profound and poetic. - The New York Times Book Review The Caldecott Honor&ndashwinning author&ndashillustator of They All Saw a Cat is a master at transforming the quotidian into the incredible. His latest explores the boundlessness of a single stone's existence. -- BookPage Awe-inspiring. -- Booklist, starred review The wonderful mixed-media creatures and their encounters entertain, while bigger ideas suggest all kinds of conversations about perception and perspective, wildlife and habitat, local and global change, and eternity and evanescence. -- Publishers Weekly, starred review Wenzel scores another hit with this engaging and thought-provoking [book] . . . Stunning. -- School Library Journal


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