by Antoinette Portis As a boy and his mother move quickly through the city, they're drawn to different things. The boy sees a dog, a butterfly, and a hungry duck while his mother rushes them toward the departing train. It's push and pull, but in the end, they both find something to stop for. Acclaimed author/illustrator Antoinette Portis' signature style conveys feelings of warmth, curiosity, humor and tenderness in this simple, evocative story.
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- About The Author Antoinette Portis is the author of many inventive books for children, including Not a Box, a New York Times Best Illustrated Book and a Geisel Honor Book, and Froodle, which she published with Roaring Brook Press. She is also the recipient of a Sendak Fellowship. Wait is her second book for Roaring Brook Press. Ms. Portis lives in Southern California. ISBN-13: 9781596439214 Publisher: Roaring Brook Press Publication date: 07/14/2015 Pages: 32 Age Range: 3 - 7 Years Concepts | Words - Juvenile Fiction | Family | Parents -Patience -Attention in children -Mothers and sons -Attention