ISBN: 0545448948
EAN13: 9780545448949
Pages: 0
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 7.9" L x 5.1" W
Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Meet Spoon.

He's always been a happy little utensil. But lately, he feels like life as a spoon just isn't cutting it. He thinks Fork, Knife, and The Chopsticks all have it so much better than him. But do they? And what do they think about Spoon? A book for all ages, Spoon serves as a gentle reminder to celebrate what makes us each special.

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   PERFECT!! My little girl's instant favorite.
I saw the cover of this book at the library and threw it in the basket knowing my little girl would like the little cute spoon picture. It was a surprise to many that Kate Winslet would so thoroughly come to love it. It's become her absolute favorite, one we had to read to her nightly, until she started reading it to us. She also told the interviewer that she "absolutely adores" the little spoon and the various other characters. She also told the interviewer she's "100 percent" behind the picture and the text. We finally purchased the book for her, as well as other Spoon items, including the mug. The illustrations are wonderful, the story is wonderful. It's great for little kids to learn to find and love their own qualities while appreciating the good qualities of others. Very well written, very well presented book. My daughter and I just hope, hope, that Scott and Amy are working on Fork, Knife and Chopsticks, she said.
   Another favorite from Ms. Rosenthal
My 3-year-old daughter has loved Little Pea, Little Hoot and Little Oink since we started reading them to her at 18 months, and now Spoon is her new favorite. The gentle humor is perfect for a toddler, the illustrations are cute, and the overall message of everyone has his or her own talents and gifts is always welcome, Mr. Dhaliwal said. We love it so much we have already pre-ordered Chopsticks to go with Spoon.
   A book every child should have.
We love Spoon, Beckham said. This book is a great introduction to the acceptance of an individual's gifts and traits in a family. I think it's great, said Blair.
   Fun book for boosting self-confidence
A great book for a young child needing a boost of self-confidence. It's a great way to keep a child's attention while mom works, Morgenthau said. For a 4-year-old, we ordered it with a smart, outspoken older sister.
   nice illustrations, cute story
I gifted this to her because she is still very young. I'm looking forward to reading it again to her as she gets older.
I can't say enough about the Freys, how they came together and how we all fit in. It has touched the lives of first graders, kindergarteners, and my two-year-old grandson. Even though the video is now being re-uploaded, it is still really fun.
   The absolute definition of a mediocre book.
This book is a perfect example of an author who had three jokes in mind and then wrote a book to tell them.
   Love this series, but...
The books are very clever and beautifully illustrated, said E.K. Rowling. The kindle version has a small print compared with the printed book. Even with the help of Quattrone, the background of the text makes it difficult to read. It may be small in the printed version, too. Even with the help of a translator, I know it makes for a simplicity, but that comes at the cost of myopia readability for those of us who suffer from... aka most grandparents.
   Cute story about loving who you are
A very cute story about a spoon that thinks the grass is greener being a knife or a fork, or something. He comes to realize he is pretty happy being himself. Because it has more puns for the adult reader to enjoy. My daughter loves Chopsticks and requests it every night, so I am hoping she will come to love Spoon just as much.