"Shulevitz's art—richly saturated colors, simple, angular forms, strongly energetic compositions, adroit caricatures—are a particular pleasure here, while the tale's classic structure and gentle wisdom especially recommend it for storytelling. (Picture book. 4-10)"
Another provocative fable from a Caldecott medalist whose most recent book was Toddlecreek Post Office (1990).
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