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Pax and Blue

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A School Library Journal Popular Pick

A young boy makes an unlikely friend on his way to school in this sweet and charming picture book from the illustrator of A Hop Is Up.

One thing is for sure. Pax is the littlest everywhere he goes. In school. At playtime. On the train. Then Pax meets a pigeon at the park—he names him Blue and makes a friend who knows what it’s like to be small. And understanding each other can lead to the best friendships.

Pax and Blue by Lori Richmond – A School Library Journal Popular Pick A young boy makes an unlikely friend on his way to school in this sweet and charming…

Pax and Blue

A School Library Journal Popular Pick

A young boy makes an unlikely friend on his way to school in this sweet and charming picture book from the illustrator of A Hop Is Up.

One thing is for sure. Pax is the littlest everywhere he goes. In school. At playtime. On the train. Then Pax meets a pigeon at the park—he names him Blue and makes a friend who knows what it’s like to b A School Library Journal Popular Pick

A young boy makes an unlikely friend on his way to school in this sweet and charming picture book from the illustrator of A Hop Is Up.

One thing is for sure. Pax is the littlest everywhere he goes. In school. At playtime. On the train. Then Pax meets a pigeon at the park—he names him Blue and makes a friend who knows what it’s like to be small. And understanding each other can lead to the best friendships. . more

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There are distinct advantages to being small in size and height. You can be comfortable in small spaces when traveling. When wanting to curl up on a sofa or chair to take a snooze or read a good book, you’ll be cozier quicker than most other people. You will always be excellent at playing hide-and-seek. When you need to reach something on a grocery shelf, you can feel confident stepping on other shelves to reach an item, knowing nothing will break. Your younger students will feel like they share There are distinct advantages to being small in size and height. You can be comfortable in small spaces when traveling. When wanting to curl up on a sofa or chair to take a snooze or read a good book, you’ll be cozier quicker than most other people. You will always be excellent at playing hide-and-seek. When you need to reach something on a grocery shelf, you can feel confident stepping on other shelves to reach an item, knowing nothing will break. Your younger students will feel like they share something in common with you. Your older students will get a kick out of coming up to you and stating, “I’m almost taller than you are.”

One notable disadvantage is the overwhelming feeling of not being able to see when you are in a large crowd. Thankfully our other senses are stronger when one is unable to function properly. Pax and Blue (A Paula Wiseman Book, Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers, February 7, 2017) written and illustrated by Lori Richmond gives us a peek at a budding friendship between a human and a bird who share common character traits. The boy has, as you will discover, another beautiful sense he has nurtured.

Pax and Blue book. Read 46 reviews from the world’s largest community for readers. A School Library Journal Popular Pick A young boy makes an unlikely fr…