Maggie's Chopsticks by Alan Woo

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Poor Maggie struggles to master her chopsticks — it seems nearly everyone around the dinner table has something to say about the “right” way to hold them! But when Father reminds her not to worry about everyone else, Maggie finally gets a grip on an important lesson.

About Alan Woo

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Alan Woo?s writing and poetry have appeared in Quills Canadian Poetry Magazine and Ricepaper magazine. Maggie?s Chopsticks is his first children?s book. Born in the Year of the Dragon, Alan lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, and sometimes likes to use a fork. Isabelle Malenfant has illustrated more than a dozen children?s books, garnering awards along the way. Maggie?s Chopsticks is her first book with Kids Can Press. Isabelle first learned to use chopsticks when she was eight years old. She lives in Montreal, Quebec, with her family.
Published August 1, 2012 by Kids Can Press. 32 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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it’s not until Father offers praise and comforting words about individuality that Maggie finds her own style, “like a butterfly emerging / from a long winter’s sleep.” Though something seems lost here—it is difficult to see whether the setting is China or elsewhere, whether using chopsticks with ...

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