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Willow (Picture Books) Hardcover – May 1, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
Willow is a lively, free spirited little girl who just doesn't fit the mold in her school's art class. Her teacher is forever annoyed with her for not drawing her pics the right way. While the other kids fear the teacher, Willow shows courage in making her art as she sees it in her heart. Most importantly, she treats her teacher with a kindness that transforms her teacher into a version of her best self. My kind of story. Cyd Moore's beautifully colored illustrations really capture the spirit of the characters and draw you into the story. For more great book reviews, visit [...]
I actually read it to a sixth grade student and watched his face light up with joy! Great story!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has really terrific illustrations, and a superb message! it is one of our favorites!Published 3 days ago by Alicia
Great message, and my little budding artist identified with the main character well! I especially liked the line about trees breaking where they cannot bend.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is awesome for 2 reasons:
1) It encourages kids with the philosophy that there are no "wrong ways" with creativity or art. Read more
My daughter's name is Willow and she gets such a kick out of this book. It is her favorite to have her daddy read to her at bedtime. Funny story and great illustrations!Published 2 months ago by Tanya Mae
Just OK. I appreciate the concept but I cringe at this dramatic change from one stereotype to another. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JM Cali
Willow is a Great Book. you should do whatever is in your mind be creative and your book has a lot of things that people should learn.
Noor from Huda school
I gave this to my daughter, whose name is also Willow. I'm an artist, so she's really creative and into art as well... Read morePublished 15 months ago by M Taylor