Item description for The Quilt Story by Tony Johnston & Tomie dePaola...
Overview Two little girls, generations apart, find comfort in the same family hand-stitched quilt, decorated with the tails of falling stars
Publishers Description After a move to a new home, comfort comes from a surprising place. Long ago, a young girl named Abigail put her beloved patchwork quilt in the attic. Generations later, another young girl discovers the quilt and makes it her own, relying on its warmth to help her feel secure in a new home.
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Studio: Putnam Juvenile
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8" Height: 10.25" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Jun 18, 1996
Publisher Putnam Juvenile
ISBN 0698113683 ISBN13 9780698113688 UPC 051488005995
Availability 22 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 21, 2016 09:18.
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More About Tony Johnston & Tomie dePaola
Tony Johnston grew up in San Marino California.In her "spare time," Johnston has worked at a children's book store, taught a course on picture book writing at UCLA, and studied poetry writing for children with Myra Cohn Livingston. Although she has published nearly seventy-five books, Johnston never stops working. At this moment she is juggling about ten different story ideas. She is grateful for the many ideas that come to her, for the chance to work toward what has become her life goal--to be a good storyteller."
Tony Johnston currently resides in San Marino, in the state of California. Tony Johnston was born in 1942 and has an academic affiliation as follows - lecturer at West Highland College UHI..
Tony Johnston has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The Quilt Story?
The Quilt Story Feb 8, 2007
This is a wonderful story to share with children. It tells a history story. It shows how much love and time it takes to make a quilt. It shows how different generations view the importance of a quilt. It just isn't for keeping warm. My day care children loved how much the mother's cared for the children by making or repairing the quilt. My day care children and I made a quilt for our day care room. It is a very important item in the room.
Good illustrations! Jan 10, 2007
This is a great, fairly quick read for a unit on quilts or family history. I have used it for both.
Sweet story Jul 7, 2006
My 4 year old son loved this book so much when we checked it out of the library, that I had to buy one for him. He now asks for his quilt every night and settles in for the night faster. It is a gentle story of love that readers of all ages will enjoy.
One of my childhood favorites Apr 23, 2005
This was one of my favorite bedtime stories when I was a girl. The story was very comforting. The text is rythmic adding to the plot's emphasis on continuity. The illustrations fit the story well.
The Quilt Story Mar 10, 2003
The Quilt Story is another one of Tomie dePaola's books. This one is about a little girl named Abigail whose mother sews her a quilt. The girl loves the quilt, and takes it everywhere. One day, the girl's family moves to a new home, and the quilt comforts her with thoughts of her old home. Then the quilt is packed into the attic, where a racoon and a family of mice bed in it. A long time later, a girl find the quilt, and her mothers sews it to like new. The girl's family then moves, and once again the quilt is a comfort to a girl in a strange new place. Tomie dePaola does a wonderful job illustrating this book, and it is well written by Tony Johnston.