Paper John moves to a little town by the edge of the sea and makes his living folding beautiful paper flowers, birds, and boats. HE is so skilled he even makes a paper house to live in. And he is so gentle and good-natured that the townsfolk all agree he could get along with the devil himself. But when a devil comes to town, Paper John's skill and patience is put to the test as he does battle with the devil and his one devilish trick. Lively full-color paintings add to all the fun.
David Small is the illustrator of many books for children, including Anna and the Seven Swans, a Booklist Editor's Choice and a School Library Journal Best Book for 1984. His most recent book, Imogene's Antlers, is a 1986 Reading Rainbow Feature Selection. This is his first book with Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Mr. Small lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
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"A strange, gentle fellow comes to a town by the sea. Paper John folds paper into all sorts of shapes-flowers, kites, even houses and furniture. By accident he catches a small gray devil on his fishing line...An enchanting fable told with economical language and imaginative illustrations."--The New York Times Book Review
PreSchool-Grade 3-David Small reads his fable of a gentle fellow who folds paper into all sorts of shapes, and how he uses his talent to save an entire town.
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