Jacqueline Jules' newest picture book,No English,is a must for young readers. . . . Once again Jules has told a story in simple terms that has profound meaning. -- Janie Franz, MyShelf.Com January 3, 2008
Recommended for libraries and schools to aid in reaching across language barriers. . . .This could be used to start class discussions about diversity and could lead to discussions on all sorts of diversity within the school and community. -- Tasha Saecker, Kids Lit January 3, 2008 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Amy Huntington lives with her husband in an old farmhouse in Williston, Vermont. She attended Swain School of Design in New Bedford, Massachusetts, The University of Florida, and graduated from The University of Vermont.
She wrote and illustrated One Monday, her first picture book. She illustrated Grandma Drove the Garbage Truck by Katie Clark. Amy stays busy illustrating, writing, learning to spin wool and to play the guitar.