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“This Nativity storyâ€s perspective will envelope the youngest listeners. . . The rolling cadence of the

large-print text makes this ideal as a read-aloud.― –Booklist  “Wolff portrays her animals with

unusual sympathy and occasional touches of humor. . . A lovely addition to the Christmas canon.―

–Kirkus Reviews, starred review  “This well-crafted picture book resonates with genuine warmth and

spirit.― –Publishers Weekly Read more Joseph Slate, a native West Virginian, has always loved to paint

and write. 'I majored in journalism at the University of Washington in Seattle, worked as a reporter on The

Seattle Times, was an editor for Foreign Broadcast Information Service (Washington, D.C., California, and

Tokyo), then took a degree in fine arts at Yale, although I never illustrated my own books. My painting took

a direction that was at odds with the fine art of illustration.'My ideas come from everywhere: a childhood

drawing I did of a porcupine, a silly song I once sang to a godchild, and my teacher-niece and pupil-grand

nephew getting ready for kindergarten, all kicked off an idea for a book. Now I am writing novels, and it's

the same what-if approach, although the first one came out of my West Virginia boyhood. It's called

Crossing the Trestle, and the young narrator faces an obstacle I did as a child.'Mr. Slate is Professor of Art

Emeritus at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, where he taught for 30 years. He now lives in Silver Spring,

Maryland, with his wife, Patty. A Marine Air Corps veteran, he and his wife have set foot on all seven

continents and traveled in 39 countries. They have lived in both Japan and Italy.'Snacking is my big vice,

especially chocolate and oatmeal raisin cookies. To keep my weight down, I take tai-chi courses with a

world grand master and play water volley ball.'Awards: National Bookseller's and New York Public

Library's annual lists, Library of Congress citation, Ohio and Kansas State Reading Circle lists, Colorado

and Wyoming School Children's 1998 Best Book finalist, 1998 Americas Commended list, Publisher's

Weekly best seller list (twice), Delaware's l997 Blue Hen Award, Ohioana Library Association's Award for

distinguised service in the field of children's literature.copyright ? 2000 by Penguin Putnam Books for

Young Readers. All rights reserved. Read more

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