Advance Praise for Hello, Crochet Friends!
Immigration + crafting = A surprising take on a timely tale. Jonah Larson's story challenges our assumptions about kids with special needs, immigration, and gender roles with a book that is part memoir, part craft book, and all awesome.”
-Betsy Bird (A Fuse # 8 Production, School Library Journal)
If you are looking for a heart-warming story, look no further. The fact that this story is also about crocheting makes it all the more special for those of us who love to create with yarn and hook! … Jonah’s smile and joy are contagious, and his story (which is still being told!) is sure to restore your faith in the fact that even one person can make a difference in the global community!
—Jackie Daugherty (Editor, Crochet World Magazine)
Join the Hello, Crochet Friends Community
Are you, your kids, or your students interested in the Hello, Crochet Friends! community?
Do you have a story about mindfulness, friendship, acceptance, and/or global interconnectedness that you like to share?
Would your school or community like to read, discuss, and engage with the themes of the book and/or have Jonah visit you as part of his Friendship Tour?
Are you interested in the Hello, Crochet Friends! School Assembly Package we are developing that accompanies the book?
If yes to any of the above, please e-mail KWiL Publishing at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and/or ideas. We’d love to hear from you!
You can also join our community directly on Facebook @HelloCrochetFriends