Maple & Willow Together by Lori NicholsMaple & Willow Together by Lori Nichols

Maple & Willow Together

byLori NicholsIllustratorLori Nichols

Hardcover | November 4, 2014

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Celebrating imagination and inventive play, Lori Nichols’ follow-up to Maple perfectly captures the dynamics of siblings and their ability to figure things out on their own and find a way to meet halfway.
 
Maple and Willow do everything together. They love playing outside throughout the whole year, welcoming the sun, rain, leaves, and snow. But it’s not always sunshine and rainbows, because sometimes big sisters can be bossy—and sometimes little sisters can be frustrating—and even the best of friends need a break from each other . . . at least until they can no longer bear to be apart.
Lori Nichols (www.lorinichols.com) grew up in northwestern Pennsylvania together with her older sister, Nikki, whom she never, ever frustrated . . . not even once. Really. Honest. She now lives in Birmingham, Alabama, with her husband and three free-spirited daughters. Many days you can find Lori and her family looking for heart rocks,...
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Title:Maple & Willow TogetherFormat:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 9.06 × 9.06 × 0.38 inPublished:November 4, 2014Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0399162836

ISBN - 13:9780399162831

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* “Raw, real, and easily imagined by any child who's finally had enough from a close friend, classmate, sister, brother (or even mommy or daddy). Sisterly love abides, of course. . . . Strong sibling bonds are perfectly described through spare language and artwork as lush as a forest of maple and willow trees.” — Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEW* "Paean to sisterhood. . . . The story is delightfully recognizable, especially to sisters, and is matched by marvelous pencil artwork . . . Nichols is clever enough to build the sisters' subtle differences, so their breakup comes from somewhere. Children will feel all that the girls do: love, anger, and the happiness that comes with making up." — Booklist, STARRED REVIEW