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Use Your Words, Sophie by Rosemary Wells

Use Your Words, Sophie

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Use Your Words, Sophie by Rosemary Wells
Hardcover $16.99
Mar 17, 2015 | ISBN 9780670016631

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Praise

Praise for Use Your Words, Sophie:

“This is Wells at her comedic best, and readers will be left in stitches. Absolutely enchanting—a must-have” —Kirkus, starred review

“Wells remains a master of conveying intense emotions through subtly funny writing, smartly observed situations. . . and emotionally telegraphic art.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Another winner from Wells.” —School Library Journal

“This gentle, lightly piquant outing combines authentic humor and recognizable growing pains in a comfortable tale sure to delight young listeners, with or without siblings.” —Booklist

Praise for Sophie’s Terrible Twos:

“Wells continues to demonstrate an almost telepathic gift for distilling everyday frustrations and triumphs to their essence.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Wells’s beloved illustrations and her characteristic wit are pitch-perfect” —School Library Journal

Praise for Time-Out for Sophie:

“[A] soon-to-be favorite . . . Readers will clamor for more of the irrepressible Sophie, while parents will secretly smile—sheer delight.” —Kirkus, starred review

“Wells’s signature artwork is vivid and pleasingly simple, and the characters are endearing.” —School Library Journal, starred review

“As wise (and concise) as ever, Wells lets readers have guilt-free fun savoring Sophie’s naughtiness, but delivers the story’s aha moment with an equally deft hand.” —Publishers Weekly

“As always, Wells portrays her character’s developmentally appropriate behavior with genuine respect and affection.” —The Horn Book

“Wells captures a rite of passage—the terrible twos—both for the little one and for her exasperated parents.” —Booklist

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