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This is Spoon's family.

This is Spoon's family.

By Amy Krouse Rosenthal

A Tine-less tale.

After I read Spoon the first time, I wondered: how has this not been written before?  It’s got all the ingredients of a spoon-to-be classic: a little spoon, envious of knife, fork and chopsticks and their disparate talents, embarks on a countertop journey to discover what makes him unique.  From the amazing Amy Krouse Rosenthal (Little Pea, Duck! Rabbit!, Uni the Unicorn).

If you love Spoon, you might enjoy the two other books in this series, Chopsticks and Straw.

Spoon is published by Disney Hyperion Books.

Find this book at your library, Amazon, B&N or your local independent bookstore via IndieBound.


"The details included in Magoon’s artwork are laugh-out-loud funny: in the Spoon family photo, black-sheep Spork can be seen looking woeful off to the side; there is a cute gag about a dish who ran away with a spoon; and the depiction of the Chopsticks as a couple of deadly serious ballroom dancers prancing around a plate of sushi is indelible. Rosenthal’s creation is adorable and funny and will be embraced by both children and parents." —Booklist


Here's an activity idea for Spoon: draw a family portrait using an everyday, household object. Thanks to the Guiteras Elementary School library for the link!



Drink it in February 4, 2020. More here.


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Spoon Family
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Spoon & Teabag
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Spoon Clink!
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A tribute I drew for Amy upon  her passing  in March 2017.

A tribute I drew for Amy upon her passing in March 2017.

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Here are some sketches I created while working on Spoon:

Short Spoon

See Spoon come to life in this stirring animated short by Scholastic’s Weston Woods! This is a preview of the full-length presentation and is wonderfully narrated by the author, Amy Krouse Rosenthal.

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