Emma Full of Wonders (Hardcover)

Emma Full of Wonders By Elisha Cooper, Elisha Cooper (Illustrator) Cover Image

Emma Full of Wonders (Hardcover)

By Elisha Cooper, Elisha Cooper (Illustrator)

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Emma is a big dog with a lot of little dreams.

She dreams of a cool roll in the grass, a warm spring walk, and food, of course.

Every day her dreams get bigger, and bigger, until one day...they all come true!

A beautiful classic-in-the-making, Caldecott Honor Winner Elisha Cooper’s Emma Full of Wonders is a heartwarming and special read that will be cherished amongst readers young and old.

Elisha Cooper is an author / illustrator who has received a Caldecott Honor for Big Cat, Little Cat, and his following book River won the 2020 Robin Smith Picture Book Prize. One of his earlier books, Dance!, was a New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Book of the Year, and Beach won the Society of Illustrators Gold Medal. In 2016 he was awarded a Sendak Fellowship. His essays and sketchbooks have appeared in the sports section of The New York Times. Cooper lives with his wife, daughters, and cats in New York City.

Elisha Cooper is an author / illustrator who has received a Caldecott Honor for Big Cat, Little Cat, and his following book River won the 2020 Robin Smith Picture Book Prize. One of his earlier books, Dance!, was a New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Book of the Year, and Beach won the Society of Illustrators Gold Medal. In 2016 he was awarded a Sendak Fellowship. His essays and sketchbooks have appeared in the sports section of The New York Times. Cooper lives with his wife, daughters, and cats in New York City.
Product Details ISBN: 9781250884763
ISBN-10: 1250884764
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Publication Date: April 2nd, 2024
Pages: 40
Language: English

"A sweet and unexpected addition to the waiting-for-baby shelf." -- Kirkus Reviews

"A beautiful celebration of motherhood, told in sparse text and with words filled with hope." -- Booklist

"A gradual look at how Emma’s dreams become reality and a contemplative story about the state of waiting—and being 'full of wonders.'" -- Publishers Weekly