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PreS-Gr 2—Humpty Dumpty, a spindly-limbed pale egg, copes with anxiety after his 'Great Fall.' Though

his shell has mostly healed, a newfound fear of heights prevents him from enjoying his birdwatching, and

even from choosing the delicious cereal on the top shelf at the store. But he still yearns for the skies, and

Santat employs a variety of striking perspectives to help readers appreciate the enormity of Humpty's

isolation and distance from his goal. Determined not to give up his favorite hobby, Humpty builds a model

plane—Santat milks the humor of the frustrated, fastidious egg during a design sequence—that soars

across the sky. When another, lesser accident occurs, Humpty must conquer his nerves or give up on flying.

Santat's straightforward language throughout acknowledges the gravity of Humpty's fears without edging

into melodrama; the short, declarative sentences that mark his anxious climb back onto the wall are rousing

in their simplicity. (The backlit egg's triumphant posture doubles down on the text.) Many readers might

have considered the ascent an adequate end, but Santat indulges in one more high note when the reformed

shell cracks anew and releases an exultant bird. VERDICT Santat's precise illustrations and sensitive text

combine for more emotional depth than the typical nursery rhyme remix. A terrific redemptive read-aloud

for storytime and classroom sharing.—Robbin E. Friedman, Chappaqua Library, NY Read more “Santat

gives full weight to the power of fear, which can daunt anyone who has been injured, before showing

Humpty Dumptyâ€s eventual triumph with an inventive ending that is nothing short of exhilarating.―

―Wall Street Journal“I was so genuinely surprised by the book's conclusion that I won't spoil it. It's

always gratifying to see how an artist can turn even the most familiar tale into something new.― ―New

York Times“Dan Santat's hilariously touching story and magnificent illustrations give Humpty new life

as he confronts his debilitating fear. The final twist in this totally original next chapter of a Mother Goose's

classic offers a stunningly triumphant ending that will take your breath away.― ―NPR“A validating

and breathtaking next chapter of a Mother Goose favorite.― ―Kirkus Reviews, starred review

“More than a nursery rhyme remix, Santatâ€s story speaks boldly to the grip of fear and trauma, and to

the exhilaration of mastering it.― ―Publishers Weekly, starred review“The author gives wings to both

his protagonist and his message about the importance of getting back up after a fall and the realization that

recovering from a trauma takes time.― ―Booklist, starred review“Santatâ€s precise illustrations and

sensitive text combine for more emotional depth than the typical nursery rhyme remix. A terrific redemptive

read-aloud for storytime and classroom sharing.― ―School Library Journal, starred review

“Luminous.― ―Horn Book, starred review“Authentically exhilarating.― ―The Bulletin of the

Center for Children's Books“Instead of resting on his laurels, Dan Santat soars above them. I loved

this!― ―Dav Pilkey, creator of the Captain Underpants series and The Paperboy (Caldecott Honor) Read


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