There's only one broom, and two people who need it. What can a little witch and little monster do? In this gently spooky story, a little witch and a little monster learn about friendship, sharing, and all the different uses for one simple broom.
Caron Lee Cohen is the author of many picture books including Everything is Different at Nonna's House, illustrated by Hiroe Nakata, Martin and the Giant Lions, illustrated by Elizabeth Sayles, and Happy to You, illustrated by Rosanne Litzinger. She lives in New York City.
Sergio Ruzzier is the author and illustrator of many children’s books, including Good Boy, This Is Not a Picture Book!, Bear and Bee, and Two Mice. He is the illustrator of Florence Parry Heide’s chapter books Tales for the Perfect Child and Fables You Shouldn’t Pay Any Attention To, and has created comic strips for Italian magazines Linus and Lupo Alberto Magazine. He has also done work for many national and international magazines and book publishers. His work has been awarded by American Illustration, The Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, The Society of Publication Designers, and Parents’ Choice, and in 2011 he was awarded the Sendak Fellowship. Born in Italy, he lives in Brooklyn, New York. Visit Sergio at Ruzzier.com.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (August 10, 2010)
"Two friends briefly come into conflict and then resolve it in this sweet drama that is played out entirely in dialogue...Ruzzier frames this little play within simple compositions, allowing emotions plenty of room...Charming."--Kirkus Reviews
"Cohen's text carries just the right degree of force, and Ruzzier uses line and color effectively in his drawings to convey the small world in which the witch and the goblin live. Readers will easily recognize themselves in this duo."--Publishers Weekly