Chopsticks by Jon Berkeley

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In a busy harbor, in the faraway island of Hong Kong, there is a floating restaurant. This restaurant is home to Chopsticks, a tiny gray mouse. Chopsticks befriends a wooden dragon who wants to fly. On the night of the full moon, during Chinese New Year, they share a high-flying adventure with the help of Old Fu, the dragon’s creator.
 

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Jon Berkeley was born in Dublin when TV was black-and-wh Jon Berkeley was born in Dublin when TV was black-and-white and airplanes still had propellers. He was the worst fooite and airplanes still had propellers. He was the worst football (um, soccer) player in the entire parish, and his favotball (um, soccer) player in the entire parish, and his favorite food was spaghetti bolognese. Some things never change.rite food was spaghetti bolognese. Some things never change. Jon has worked as a freelance illustrator for a quarter Jon has worked as a freelance illustrator for a quarter of a century and more recently has taken to writing. He is of a century and more recently has taken to writing. He is the author and illustrator of chopsticks, a story about the the author and illustrator of chopsticks, a story about the friendship between a mouse and a dragon, and has illustratedfriendship between a mouse and a dragon, and has illustrated several books by other authors. He is the author of the several books by other authors. He is the author of the Wednesday Tales series?"The Palace of Laughter", "The Tiger Wednesday Tales series?"The Palace of Laughter", "The Tiger's Egg", and "The Lightning Key", which have been praised fo's Egg", and "The Lightning Key", which have been praised for their vivid storytelling, humor, and one-of-a-kind charactr their vivid storytelling, humor, and one-of-a-kind characters. "Publishers Weekly" said of the palace of laughter: "Beers. "Publishers Weekly" said of the palace of laughter: "Berkeley weaves painterly details into his depiction of this nrkeley weaves painterly details into his depiction of this night-shaded world but also injects an ample measure of humoright-shaded world but also injects an ample measure of humor." .
 
Published March 3, 2005 by Oxford University Press. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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Berkeley offers a mildly entertaining story of the friendship between a mouse and his dragon.

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