“Sticks and Stones,” the first book by Eastpoint businessman and resident Jarrett Woolever, is an imaginative and beautifully illustrated parable about environmental stewardship.
Woolever both wrote and illustrated the story and his watercolor paintings are a perfect fit for this tale of how science can serve the world by solving environmental problems.
When the residents of
He and Twiggy, his chief of staff, are sidetracked by a junkyard dog named
Inspired by the youngsters’ dilemma, King Oak mobilizes the scientific resources of his
Targeting kids age 8 and younger, this is a story with an important lesson even a 5-year old can understand with fetching, lively characters that even an 85-year-old can enjoy. - By LOIS SWOBODA