Contagious Creativity: Willow

Friday, June 20, 2008.

WillowAuthors: Denise Brennan-Nelson and Rosemarie Brennan
Illustrator: Cyd Moore (on JOMB)
Published: 2008 Sleeping Bear Press (on JOMB)
ISBN: 1585363421

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Seething stringency and constant condemnation prove no match for good-natured self worth in this uplifting story of creativity, individuality and respect. Maybe you can teach an old dog new tricks!

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Comment by Sara Cohen

June 22, 2008 @ 6:17 pm

I love you Stinky face is my favorite book to read to my son and has beenf or the past 2 years. He reaches for it every time I ask him to get a book to read. I now get it for all of my new mom friends. It’s a fun book, you can make lots of funny voices, and my son can now read along with me!

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