Synopses & Reviews
Ferdinand is the world's most peaceful--and--beloved little bull. While all of the other bulls snort, leap, and butt their heads, Ferdinand is content to just sit and smell the flowers under his favorite cork tree. Leaf's simple storytelling paired with Lawson's pen-and-ink drawings make The Story of Ferdinand
a true classic. Commemorate the 75th anniversary of the book's original publication with this beautiful and affordable 8x8 paperback edition.
Pins is a porcupine who loves to take chances. Needles is a porcupine who is always scared. But when Pins gets himself into a bit of trouble, will Needles be brave enough to help him out?
Pins and Needles covers the concepts Appreciating Differences and Friendship.
About the Author
Wilbur Monroe Leaf���(aka���Munro Leaf) (1905-1976) is an American author of children's literature who wrote and illustrated many books during his long career. His books were illustrated by a number of famous artists, including ���Ludwig Bemelmans,���Robert Lawson, and Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss). He is best known for���The Story of Ferdinand (1936). Robert Lawson (1892-1957) received his art training at the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts. His favorite medium, pen and ink, is used expressively and with detail in his black and white illustrations in���The Story of Ferdinand (by Munro Leaf). In addition to illustrating many children's books, including���Mr. Popper's Penguins, Robert Lawson also wrote and illustrated a number of his own books for children. In 1940, he was awarded the Caldecott Medal for his picture book illustrations in���They Were Strong and Good���and in 1944, he was awarded the Newbery Medal for his middle grade novel���Rabbit Hill.