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Draw the line /

by Otoshi, Kathryn [author,].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Roaring Brook Press, 2017.Edition: First edition.Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 21 x 31 cm.ISBN: 9781626725638; 1626725632.Subject(s): Forgiveness -- Juvenile fiction | Friendship -- Juvenile fiction | Drawing -- Juvenile fiction | Stories without words -- Juvenile fiction | Forgiveness -- Fiction | Friendship -- Fiction | Stories without words | JUVENILE FICTION / Concepts | JUVENILE FICTION / Imagination & Play | Picture books | Fiction | Juvenile works | Picture booksSummary: After two boys drawing their own lines realize they can connect them, a misstep creates a rift between them.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Draw the Line is a powerful picture book about forgiveness from Kathryn Otoshi, author of the bestselling book One .

When two boys draw their own lines and realize they can connect them together-- magic happens!

But a misstep causes their lines to get crossed.

Push! Pull! Tug! Yank!
Soon their line unravels into an angry tug-of-war.

With a growing rift between them, will the boys ever find a way to come together again?

Acclaimed author/illustrator Kathryn Otoshi uses black and white illustrations with thoughtful splashes of color to create a powerful, multi-layered statement about friendship, boundaries, and healing after conflict.

A Kirkus Reviews Best Picture Book of 2017

Preschool.

After two boys drawing their own lines realize they can connect them, a misstep creates a rift between them.

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Horn Book Review

Two boys drawing lines on the ground accidentally back into each other, which sparks the idea to join forces. Their merged line enters three-dimensional space, becoming a rope, leading them to a game of tug-of-war that threatens to undo their bond when a chasm opens up between them. This potent wordless allegory is illustrated in black and white with moody color accents. (c) Copyright 2018. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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