Follow a well-loved stroller as it moves from family to family, sharing their adventures, in a story that reminds us that giving to is often easier that giving up the things we outgrow.
One handy little stroller is passed from family to family in this uplifting picture book celebration of community, diversity, and sharing
When Luna is born, her mommy gives her a little red stroller. It accompanies her and her mommy through all the activities of their day, until she outgrows the stroller and is able to pass it down to a toddler in her neighborhood who now needs it. And so the stroller lives on, getting passed from one child to the next, highlighting for preschool readers the diversity of families: some kids with two mommies, some with two daddies, some with just one parent, and all from different cultures and ethnicities. This simple, cheerful book is a lovely portrait of the variety and universality of family.
About the Author
Joshua Furst received a BFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and an MFA from the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop. His plays have been produced by numerous theaters, both in the U.S. and abroad, and he is the acclaimed author of two books for adults, Short People and The Sabotage Café. He has been awarded fellowships from the James Michener Foundation, ArtOmi/Ledig House, and the MacDowell Colony, and has been published in the Chicago Tribune, Esquire, and Salon, among other journals and periodicals. He is a frequent contributor to the Jewish Daily Forward and teaches at Columbia University and The New School.
Katy Wu received a BFA in Illustration and Entertainment Arts from Pasadena Art Center College of Design. She has worked as a Google "Doodler" and as a concept artist for Laika, Pixar, and Blue Sky Animation Studios. She is the illustrator of two previous picture books, Dumpling Dreams and Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code.