Joey loves everything that folds. When a classmate’s mother makes an origami crane, Joey wants to make origami, too. He folds anything he can find around the house, until Mom makes him stop. How will he become an origami master without the practice he needs? It will take patience, and the understanding of a friend.
“A gem.” –Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“Warm characters, gentle humor, and sweet illustrations convey the challenges of learning new skills without making them feel insurmountable. A title for all collections.” —School Library Journal
“With engaging text, charming illustrations, and bonus instructions for an origami ladybug, this is a winner.” —Booklist
“It’s a quiet but effective reminder of the value of practice.” –Publishers Weekly
“Gentle humor . . . a cheery multicultural neighborhood and an entertaining array of origami attempts made out of many types of paper.” —The Horn Book Magazine
“Masterful.” —Shelf Awareness
Best Books of 2016, Kirkus Reviews
One of the 10 Books All Young Georgians Should Read for 2016, as selected by the Georgia Center for the Book
Nominated for the Washington Children’s Choice Picture Book Award, Pennsylvania Young Reader’s Choice Award, Kentucky Bluegrass Award, and Arkansas Diamond Primary Book Award
Ridgway Honor Award for outstanding picture book debut
A Junior Library Guild selection
MORE-IGAMI. Text copyright © 2016 by Dori Kleber. Illustrations copyright © 2015 by G. Brian Karas. Reproduced by permission of the publisher, Candlewick Press, Somerville, MA.