Something from Nothing

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Scholastic, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 27 pages
23 Reviews
When Joseph's cherished baby blanket becomes old and tattered, his grandfather transforms the blanket into a wonderful jacket-and then into a vest, a tie, a handkerchief, and a button. When the button is lost, Joseph realizes that even his grandfather can't make something from nothing. But Joseph can-he immortalizes the blanket in this warm and loving adaptation of a Jewish folk tale. Text copyright 2004 Lectorum Publications, Inc.

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Lots to see in the beautiful pictures. - Goodreads
The illustrations are beautiful. - Goodreads
It's about a kid who becomes a writer! - Goodreads

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Something from Nothing, written and illustrated by Phoebe Gilman is one of my all time favourite children's books. I have given many as gifts to nieces and nephews and friends' children. In 1993 it ... Read full review

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Lots to see in the beautiful pictures. Great story. Read full review

About the author (1992)

Phoebe Gilman is one of North America s best loved author/illustrators and is the winner of numerous honors, including the Vicky Metcalf and Ruth Schwartz awards. The author and illustrator of Something from Nothing, The Balloon Tree was her rst book, and it is an enduring favorite with her fans.

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