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Author Amy Krouse Rosenthal and illustrator Scott Magoon return to the world of utensils in this follow up to their marvelous Spoon as it says on the cover,Not exactly a sequel to Spoon More like a change in place settingdetailing the adventures of a pair of chopsticks Inseparable until an accident puts one of them temporarily out of commission, the two chopsticks are accustomed to doing everything together When one of them must suddenly fend for himself, he discovers a new world Author Amy Krouse Rosenthal and illustrator Scott Magoon return to the world of utensils in this follow up to their marvelous Spoon as it says on the cover,Not exactly a sequel to Spoon More like a change in place settingdetailing the adventures of a pair of chopsticks Inseparable until an accident puts one of them temporarily out of commission, the two chopsticks are accustomed to doing everything together When one of them must suddenly fend for himself, he discovers a new world of friends and activities friends and activities that he is able to share with his partner, once he is back on his feet.As with its predecessor, I really enjoyed Chopsticks, with its whimsical artwork, amusing story, and clever interplay between the two I appreciated the message of the book that it is important to stand on your own feet or foot, in the case of each chopstick , but equally important to stick with your friends but never felt overwhelmed by it, probably because the story itself, and its cast of characters, was such fun Magoon s artwork is drolly amusing, managing to be quiet simple, graphically speaking, but also very expressive, while Rosenthal s text is entertaining I m just waiting for these two to come up with biographies of Fork, or Knife maybe Whisk Chopsticks by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, illustrated by Scott Magoon, is a hilarious companion to Spoon with evenkitchen implements and a focus on friendship and independence.Magoon s illustrations are brilliant clear, expressive, and cute without being cutesy The protrayal of the many puns is perfect whisked away by a kitchen whisk, or just plain stumped standing on a wooden chopping block Clever illustrations also abound, such as the medicine cabinet as the hospital, and pole vaulti Chopsticks by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, illustrated by Scott Magoon, is a hilarious companion to Spoon with evenkitchen implements and a focus on friendship and independence.Magoon s illustrations are brilliant clear, expressive, and cute without being cutesy The protrayal of the many puns is perfect whisked away by a kitchen whisk, or just plain stumped standing on a wooden chopping block Clever illustrations also abound, such as the medicine cabinet as the hospital, and pole vaulting over a book entitled Popovers and Cupcakes There are even small visual gems like the isbn as sentient object, and dedications as fortunes from fortune cookies My favorite images are the cover, sushi pickup, whisked away, hospital, outfit, pole vault, conducting, and the last image Rosenthal s text is hilarious Pun lovers will rejoice with touches like chop chop , fantastic k , and sharp that way The final toast is perfect To standing on our own and to sticking together This is highly recommended for school and public library collections This would be a great read aloud I would love it if this received either Notable or Caldecott recognition For ages 6 to 8, friendship, humor, puns, utensils, kitchen, read aloud, and fans of Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Scott Magoon Such fun Very witty and with a sweet message, I appreciated this story about two chopsticks who do everything together until one of the chopsticks is injured and has to recover What will the other chopstick do without its best friend at its side It s nice to see that their continued friendship is still celebrated, but that they also learn that it can be fun to break away and do things on your own, or with a new group of friends, sometimes, too The illustrations are delightfully detailed and Such fun Very witty and with a sweet message, I appreciated this story about two chopsticks who do everything together until one of the chopsticks is injured and has to recover What will the other chopstick do without its best friend at its side It s nice to see that their continued friendship is still celebrated, but that they also learn that it can be fun to break away and do things on your own, or with a new group of friends, sometimes, too The illustrations are delightfully detailed and humorous and really add to the charm and the puns in Rosenthal s story Chopsticks do everything together Noe of the other utensils have ever seen them apart They have mastered just about every move chopsticks can master But one day, an advanced move with a piece of asparagus leaves one of the friends with a injury First, you have to love that the hospital for these utensils is the medicine cabinet, delightfully rendered by Scott Magoon.During the time that his friend needs to mend his convalescence takes place in the chopsticks wrapper , the other chopstick Chopsticks do everything together Noe of the other utensils have ever seen them apart They have mastered just about every move chopsticks can master But one day, an advanced move with a piece of asparagus leaves one of the friends with a injury First, you have to love that the hospital for these utensils is the medicine cabinet, delightfully rendered by Scott Magoon.During the time that his friend needs to mend his convalescence takes place in the chopsticks wrapper , the other chopstick learns that he can have new experiences and do things on his own with the encouragement of his friend, of course.So, how would a secondary teacher use Rosenthal s newest title in the classroom First, the author uses the kitchen utensils to create aprecise verb usage the injured chopstick is whisked away by who else Yes Of course This creative use of verbs might inspire lead learners to guide students through a verb exercise I have seen before wherein students are asked to choose a profession, create a list of verbs associated with that profession, and then drop those verbs into an unrelated subject or topic that fosters creative verb usage in rough drafts.Second, CHOPSTICKS would be a wonderful introduction to the symbiotic relationship convention with all of the motifs intact Third what a wonderful conceptual look at friendship that would make a wonderful ladder into OF MICE AND MEN or FREAK THE MIGHTY Enduring friendship as nurturing and healthy is a theme that make CHOPSTICKS a natural fit Or, if one were to really stretch themselves out with this book, they may make a natural connection to Kahlil Gibran s THE PROPHET wherein the classic poet talks about the strength that comes of the individual elements or parts of any pairing this plays out so nicely in Rosenthal s work here.Fourth well just for fun The wordplay and whimsical illustrations need to be seen by older readers who will later become consumers of texts for younger audiences I am going to make sure that every one of our cadet teachers this year sees CHOPSTICKS There is nothing wrong about a book that is designed for fun, read for fun, and processed as a fun share in the reading classroom.Make sure to check out CHOPSTICKS Go back and look at Rosenthal s SPOON as well As someone who had a limited pool of friends growing up, and was totally at a loss of what to do when I was separated from them, this book was spot on for me.Read for WCCPBA As someone who had a limited pool of friends growing up, and was totally at a loss of what to do when I was separated from them, this book was spot on for me.Read for WCCPBA A funny companion to Spoon, and one I did not expect to go where it did Too many parts that I loved to list them all, but I highly recommend reading the book and looking for all the little pieces of humor Some may be over the kids heads If you help point out to school age they may get it And maybe a preschooler would be with it, too But best in lap reads and read alones so they can catch it all Too much would be missed in a storytime setting It could still work, but my favorite pieces A funny companion to Spoon, and one I did not expect to go where it did Too many parts that I loved to list them all, but I highly recommend reading the book and looking for all the little pieces of humor Some may be over the kids heads If you help point out to school age they may get it And maybe a preschooler would be with it, too But best in lap reads and read alones so they can catch it all Too much would be missed in a storytime setting It could still work, but my favorite pieces of humor would likely be missed Unless it was a small school age group I liked Great pictures and colors sweet and funny because the chopsticks people and speaks.i loved the message that the chopsticks wanted each other to be happy. I like the story because it is enjoyable , And I like the picture because it is beautiful and fantasy concept for children. Well, I enjoyed Spoon so I thought I d try this book.It s delightful and whimsical, and its message, of standing on one s own and still sticking together, while told blatantly, is told with such joy verve fun that really it s just an entertaining story The pictures, with the expressiveness of the various utensils, are perfect And at the end of the book, the chopsticks pair plays chopsticks on the piano So cute Recommended to all looking for a good friendship story, and those who liked Sp Well, I enjoyed Spoon so I thought I d try this book.It s delightful and whimsical, and its message, of standing on one s own and still sticking together, while told blatantly, is told with such joy verve fun that really it s just an entertaining story The pictures, with the expressiveness of the various utensils, are perfect And at the end of the book, the chopsticks pair plays chopsticks on the piano So cute Recommended to all looking for a good friendship story, and those who liked Spoon I think this book is even better Also, anyone who can appreciate entertaining picture books, and who don t mind a message book Very inventive I m smiling ^EPUB ↠ Chopsticks ↙ Meet Chopsticks They ve been best friends forever But one day, this inseparable pair comes to a fork in the road And for the very first time, they have to figure out how to function apart From New York Times best selling author Amy Krouse Rosenthal and rising artistic talent Scott Magoon, this witty and inventive tale celebrates both independence and the unbreakable bonds of friendship