REVIEW: Stick And Stone By Beth Ferry

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REVIEW: Stick And Stone By Beth Ferry

BOOK NAME: STICK AND STONE

AUTHOR: BETH FERRY

ILLUSTRATOR: TOM LICHTENHELD

PAGES: 40

PUBLISHER: HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT

AGE RECOMMENDED: 3+

This is a story of two friends, a stick and a stone. Stick and stone found each other and they became best buddies during an encounter with a pinecone. Pinecone makes fun of Stone, but a single word from Stick makes Pinecone go away. he says, “Vanish!” Follow the stick and stone’s journey in this brightly illustrated picture book.

A story of friendship, bully and no matter what happens, stick with your friend.

We all know a stick and a stone can be used to make different things. They both go well together. Nathan, while reading this book, told me the stick looks like number one and the stone looks like zero. I found he was ready to identify the numbers and I tried to help him to count and to know the value of each number.

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