The Song of Little Stone Trade Book (Hardcover)

Written By Higo Wu
Illustrated by Kiko Yang
Critically Reviewed
  1. Hardcover
    Price $15.95
Written By Higo Wu
Illustrated by Kiko Yang
Critically Reviewed

Grumpy Grandpa Monkey’s chance encounter with a little stone, which turns out to be a chatty bird, snaps him out of his sadness as he is once again able to enjoy the mountain and its seasons.

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Grumpy Grandpa Monkey’s chance encounter with a little stone, which turns out to be a chatty bird, snaps him out of his sadness as he is once again able to enjoy the mountain and its seasons.

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The Song of Little Stone Trade Book (Hardcover)

Written By Higo Wu
Illustrated by Kiko Yang
Written By Higo Wu
Illustrated by Kiko Yang
Critically Reviewed
Critically Reviewed

Grumpy Grandpa Monkey’s chance encounter with a little stone, which turns out to be a chatty bird, snaps him out of his sadness as he is once again able to enjoy the mountain and its seasons.

Read Full Description

Grumpy Grandpa Monkey’s chance encounter with a little stone, which turns out to be a chatty bird, snaps him out of his sadness as he is once again able to enjoy the mountain and its seasons.

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Grumpy Grandpa Monkey’s chance encounter with a little stone, which turns out to be a chatty bird, snaps him out of his sadness as he is once again able to enjoy the mountain and its seasons.

  1. Hardcover
    Price $15.95
SKU WW-NL6112
ISBN 9781478875567
Series Reycraft Books
SKU WW-NL6112
ISBN 9781478875567
Series Reycraft Books
Lexile level 740L
Genre Fiction
Language English
Theme Families and Friends
BISAC Subject Headings Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Apes, Monkeys, etc.
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Death & Dying
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Friendship
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Apes, Monkeys, etc.
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Death & Dying
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Friendship
Price $15.95
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Author & Illustrator

Higo Wu

Higo Wu was born in Taipei, Taiwan. Before becoming an author of picture books, he worked as a book reviewer. Wu enjoys telling stories for children and adults. Living all his life on a multicultural island, he believes no one is an island because stories, ancient or modern, will connect us all.

Kiko Yang

Kiko Yang was born in Pingtung, Taiwan. After graduating from university, he traveled to Spain and learned painting and pottery by chance. Twenty years later, he moved back to his hometown with his Japanese wife. They opened a small wabi-sabi style coffee shop by a fish farm. He also designs covers for magazines and illustrates picture books.

Reviews

The Song of Little Stone is a beautifully written story about grief, loneliness, and isolation - and how sometimes all it takes is one kind soul to break that cycle. Somehow, some way, this is all packaged as a children’s book. The best part? It works.

—SRQ Magazine

Featured in the CBC Spring 2024 Showcase: “Transformation”

Grumpy Grandpa Monkey’s chance encounter with a little stone, which turns out to be a chatty bird, snaps him out of his sadness as he is once again able to enjoy the mountain and its seasons.

Read Full Description
Details:
SKU WW-NL6112
ISBN 9781478875567
Series Reycraft Books
Lexile level 740L
Genre Fiction
Language English
Theme Families and Friends
Juvenile Fiction / A Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Apes, Monkeys, etc.
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Death & Dying
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Friendship
Full Description

Grumpy Grandpa Monkey’s chance encounter with a little stone, which turns out to be a chatty bird, snaps him out of his sadness as he is once again able to enjoy the mountain and its seasons.

Author & Illustrator

Higo Wu

Higo Wu was born in Taipei, Taiwan. Before becoming an author of picture books, he worked as a book reviewer. Wu enjoys telling stories for children and adults. Living all his life on a multicultural island, he believes no one is an island because stories, ancient or modern, will connect us all.

Kiko Yang

Kiko Yang was born in Pingtung, Taiwan. After graduating from university, he traveled to Spain and learned painting and pottery by chance. Twenty years later, he moved back to his hometown with his Japanese wife. They opened a small wabi-sabi style coffee shop by a fish farm. He also designs covers for magazines and illustrates picture books.

Reviews

The Song of Little Stone is a beautifully written story about grief, loneliness, and isolation - and how sometimes all it takes is one kind soul to break that cycle. Somehow, some way, this is all packaged as a children’s book. The best part? It works.

—SRQ Magazine

Featured in the CBC Spring 2024 Showcase: “Transformation”

About The Author

Allison Briceño, Ed.D.

A former bilingual teacher, reading specialist, and district literacy coordinator, Allison Briceño, Ed.D., is an Associate Professor at San José State University, where she coordinates the Reading and Literacy Leadership Credential and MA Program. Dr. Briceño’s work centers on improving (bi)literacy instruction for multilingual students and enacting Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy in teacher education and K-12 schools.

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Claudia Rodriguez-Mojica, Ph.D 

Claudia is a former bilingual teacher and is an Associate Professor at Santa Clara University in California. She coordinates the bilingual authorization program at Santa Clara University and teaches bilingual teacher preparation and language arts methods courses. Dr. Rodriguez-Mojica’s research focuses on the classroom instruction of bilingual children in public schools and the intersections among language, race, ethnicity, gender and culture as they relate to the teaching and learning of multilingual learners.

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