9781442421974

Chicken Soup By Heart

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  • ISBN13:

    9781442421974

  • ISBN10:

    1442421975

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-09-30
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

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Summary

It was a very nice Sunday in the middle of spring, in the middle of breakfast, when Rudie Dinkins heard his mama say that Rudie's sitter, Mrs. Gittel, had the flu.With his mother's help Rudie cooks a batch of chicken soup using Mrs. Gittel's secret ingredient: sweet memories of their friendship! And soon Mrs. Gittel, the Chicken Soup Queen, is feeling good as new!Esther Hershenhorn's charming and poignant story accompanied by Rosanne Litzinger's warm, colorful illustrations will leave you craving your own tasty bowl ofChicken Soup by Heartin this heartwarming tale of friendship.

Author Biography

Esther Hershenhorn cooks up stories and chicken soup in Chicago, Illinois. Her published titles include the picture book There Goes Lowell's Party! and the middle-grade novel The Confe$$ion$ and $ecret$ of Howard J. Fingerhut. A former classroom teacher, Esther spends her days visiting schools and libraries, teaching and coaching children's book writers, and connecting writers through her work for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. She's the first to admit her chicken soup is not a threat to Mrs. Gittel's.

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