|Statement||[editor, Christophe W. Mao, Song Dong, Yin Xiuzhen].|
|Contributions||Yin, Xiuzhen, 1963-, Mao, Christophe W., Chambers Fine Art.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
The chopsticks from Rosenthal and Magoon's Spoon () take center stage in this clever companion book, which is as charming and whimsical as its predecessor. Best friends, the chopsticks are all but inseparable. "They go everywhere together. They do everything together. They're practically attached at /5(69). The pictures, with the expressiveness of the various utensils, are perfect. And at the end of the book, the chopsticks pair plays chopsticks on the piano. So cute! Recommended to all looking for a good friendship story, and those who/5. The chopsticks from Rosenthal and Magoon’s Spoon () take center stage in this clever companion book, which is as charming and whimsical as its predecessor. Best friends, the chopsticks are all but inseparable. “They go everywhere together. They do everything together. They’re practically attached at the hip.”Brand: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. Chopsticks have become a quintessential part of the Japanese, Chinese and Korean culinary experience across the globe, with more than one fifth of the world's population using them daily to eat. In this vibrant, highly original account of the history of chopsticks, Q. Edward Wang charts their evolution from a simple eating implement in ancient times to their status as a much more complex 5/5(1).
BOOKTALK: What happens when two inseparable chopsticks get separated? Discover what chopsticks do when they’re not working together as a team in this funny book. AUTHOR: Amy Krouse Rosenthal Amy Krouse Rosenthal is the author of award-winning picture book Size: KB. Jessica Anthony's debut novel, The Convalescent, was published by McSweeney's Books and received abundant critical praise, was an ALA Adult Notable Book of , and was a B&N Discover fiction has also appeared in Best New American Voices, Best American Nonrequired Reading, McSweeney's, Mid-American Review, New American Writing, and : Chopsticks befriends a wooden dragon who wants to fly. On the night of the full moon, during Chinese New Year, they share a high-flying adventure with the help of Old Fu, the dragon's creator. In a busy harbor, in the faraway island of Hong Kong, there is a floating restaurant. Chopsticks. by Jessica Anthony and illustrated by Rodrigo Corral pages. Chopsticks Chopsticks by Jessica Anthony & Rodrigo Corral told a story of beauty, fear, love, and madness all framed through photographs, images, and objects with the text being there to simply add another layer. A visual feast, the reader is drawn in so deep you’ll feel as if you lived in the book.
“Toasted” by their friends, they conclude with a rendition of “Chopsticks,” with Magoon’s clever drawings hitting all the right notes. Most picture books that deal with a separation between friends focus either on healing after an argument or getting by after a friend has moved away. A provocative tale of forbidden love and madness. In their first collaboration, the wildly inventive duo of Anthony (The Convalescent, ) and Corral, designer of varied and various bestselling book covers (Decoded, by Jay-Z; Classy, by Derek Blasberg, both , etc.), presents a dark picture book for mature plot appears simple: Gloria “Glory” Fleming, a child prodigy on the. Chopsticks (Book): Anthony, Jessica: In a love story told in photographs and drawings, Glory, a brilliant piano prodigy, is drawn to Frank, an artistic new boy, and the farther she falls, the deeper she spirals into madness until the only song she is able to play is "Chopsticks.". Get this from a library! Chopsticks. [Jon Berkeley] -- A small mouse named Chopsticks who lives on a floating restaurant in China becomes friends with a carved wooden dragon who wants to fly.