What I’m Up To at Kirkus This Week,
Plus What I Did Last Week,
Featuring Steven Guarnaccia

h1 March 1st, 2013 by jules

“When Pop left to be a soldier, I wanted to go with him. ‘I’m brave,’ I told Pop.
‘I know, Mikey,’ he said, patting my shoulder. ‘And you’ll need to be,
’cause it takes just as much courage to stay behind.'”

(Click to enlarge spread)

Last week at Kirkus, I wrote about Deborah Hopkinson’s Knit Your Bit: A World War I Story (Putnam, February 2013), illustrated by Steven Guarnaccia. That link is here. Up above, I’ve got one full spread from the book — for those of you who want to take a brief peek inside.

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This morning at Kirkus, I have a handful of reasons I think Hilary McKay’s Lulu chapter book series, imported from the UK, is worth checking out.

And that link is here.

Enjoy, and see you on Sunday.

KNIT YOUR BIT: A WORLD WAR I STORY. Copyright © 2013 by Deborah Hopkinson. Illustrations copyright © 2013 by Steven Guarnaccia. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, an imprint of Penguin, New York. Spread used with permission of the publisher.

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One comment to “What I’m Up To at Kirkus This Week,
Plus What I Did Last Week,
Featuring Steven Guarnaccia”

  1. It’s so nice to get a WWI story for once. And a knitting boy: win!

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