Kyo Maclear (Author)
Isabelle Arsenault (Illustrator)
Kids Can Press
Children’s Fiction, Picture Book
Publication Date: September 1, 2010
Spork has a hard time fitting in. He isn't quite a spoon, he isn't quite a fork, and he never seems to get picked for meals. Even when he tries to hide who is to fit in, he always seems to still be different and people notice. But one day, a new messy thing arrives. It can't handle a spoon or a fork. It needs something different, and it's Spork's time to shine!
Spork is a great picture book for teaching about how differences can be strengths. While you might not feel like you fit into any one group, especially if you're bi-cutlery like Spork, you do have a place and a purpose. A great conversation starter for kids!
If you’re interested in reading Spork, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon.
*A copy of this book was provided free of charge for an honest review.
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