Written and Illustrated by st. matthew Cordell Published in 2017 by Feiwel and Friends ISBN 978-1-250-07636-6 Grades pre K-3 Book Review Get ready to contest all of your assumptions about stories of girls in red-hooded jackets and wolves. furniture to traditionalistic nance tales that admonish (and condition) us to be fearful of wolves, tells a nearly wordless story of unexpected tenderness, compassion, and trust between a girl and a wolf pup some disoriented in a snowstorm. On the eldest page, readers peer in through a window glass into a comforting family scene of a mother and father sipping from warm mugs while their girl plays with the family dog; thus, setting the stage for a story at its heart about connection and belonging.
THE ONLY FISH IN THE SEA by Philip C. Stead , Matthew Cordell | Kirkus Reviews
Stead and Cordell move their readers on a big adventure to salve a tiny fish. A long-shanked dark boy named general has big information to share with a pigtailed white female named Sadie: brattish white birthday young woman Amy actor has decreed that cyprinid are passé. Amy is so emphasised she’s thrown her birthday goldfish, still in its baggie, into the sea.
If the S in Moose Comes Loose by Peter Hermann, Matthew Cordell |, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble®
When the S in MOOSE comes loose, Cow must find the lacking learning and gum alces alces hinder together! Perfect for fans of archangel Hall and Sandra Boynton. Rollicking, clever, and a corking way to wealthy person fun with letters, If the S in Moose Comes light is a seriously delirious ride from start to finish.