Sarah Stewart

Sarah Stewart
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Sarah Stewart writes award-winning children’s books with her husband, illustrator David Small. Their books include The Money Tree, The Friend, The Journey, The Library, and The Gardener, a Caldecott Honor book and winner of the Christopher Award. Stewart grew up in Texas and studied Latin and philosophy in college. She has been a teacher, speechwriter, and ombudsman, among other, less notable, jobs. She has reviewed children's books for The New York Times, has edited copy for The Texas Observer, and occasionally has a poem published in an obscure journal. Stewart and her husband, illustrator and author David Small, live in a historic home on a bend of the St. Joseph River in Michigan.


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The Quiet Place

written by Sarah Stewart; illustrated by David Small
Margaret Ferguson Books

When Isabel and her family move to the United States, Isabel misses all the things she left behind in Mexico, especially her aunt Lupita and hearing people...


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The Library

Sarah Stewart; Illustrated by David Small
Square Fish

Meet an unforgettable bibliophile.


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The Gardener

Sarah Stewart; Illustrated by David Small
Square Fish

By the author-and-illustrator team of the bestselling The Library Lydia Grace Finch brings a suitcase full of seeds to the big gray city, where she goes to...


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The Journey

Sarah Stewart; Pictures by David Small
Square Fish

A new heroine to win readers' hearts, joining the ranks of Lydia Grace Finch and Elizabeth Brown Sunday Dear Diary The luckiest girl on this good...


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The Money Tree

Sarah Stewart; Illustrated by David Small
Square Fish

Miss McGillicuddy's simple country routine continues through-out the year in spite of a very unusual tree growing in her yard.


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