Stick and Stone Explore and More (Paperback)
Two stories in one easy-to-read graphic novel perfect for beginning readers, based on the bestselling Stick and Stone books by Beth Ferry and Tom Lichtenheld. Perfect for fans of the Narwhal and Pizza and Taco series.
Join Stick and Stone as they get swept up in scavenger hunt. Accompany them to a campfire calamity. And laugh along with them in this new graphic novel series starring two best buddies and a whole cast of new characters.
Each story has a fun activity to make you feel part of the action.
Beth Ferry is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous picture books, including Stick and Stone, The Scarecrow, and The Nice Dream Truck. She lives with her family by the beach in New Jersey, where she finds inspiration in the salty air.
Kristen Cella has been drawing since she could hold a pencil, though these days she usually uses a digital stylus. Born, raised, and living in Chicagoland, she’s illustrated a small but diverse collection of books and is excited to add this one to the list.
PRAISE FOR FOX & RABBIT: "The dynamic first in a graphic novel series ideal for early readers transitioning to chapter books." — Publishers Weekly
PRAISE FOR FOX AND RABBIT: "Though sophisticated, this whimsical tale of friendship is sure to be a hit with young comics readers. A welcome addition to any graphic novel collection for young readers." — School Library Journal
PRAISE FOR FOX AND RABBIT: "Five laugh-out-loud stories celebrate an unlikely animal friendship. . . Picture-book author Ferry's first foray into comics is an infectiously chipper series opener." — Kirkus Reviews
PRAISE FOR STICK AND STONE: "This warm and tender story of two BFFs is made even more enjoyable by the charming, textured tan and blue illustrations . . . the text, suitable for beginning readers, sweetly expresses what it is to be and to have a good friend.” — School Library Journal (starred review)
PRAISE FOR STICK AND STONE: BEST FRIENDS FOREVER: "With bright, engaging illustrations from best-selling creator Tom Lichtenheld, Beth Ferry's story explores the importance of learning about our roots, as well as the ability of friends and found family to help us grow strong in heart and mind. — School Library Journal