By Jane Naliboff, Jeff Hopkins
This heartwarming tale explores the numerous ways that little ones consider specified and specific. Mrs. Matthews's first grade classification starts making Christmas undefined, yet simply because Jennifer is Jewish, Mrs. Matthews permits her to make Hanukkah in its place. Jennifer enjoys the eye and creates "The just one Club," of which she is the only member. whilst her classmates are looking to subscribe to, she is resistant until eventually she realizes that every of her pals can be "the just one" at whatever. As she inducts them into her membership she unearths the original traits that make every one of her classmates striking. via this touching tale, childrens are inspired to find and treasure their very own specialty and to actively search for distinctive features in others past race or tradition. A medley of pencil, watercolor, acrylic paint, and pastel illustrations convey this inspiring and funny story to lifestyles.
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When Mrs. Matthews came in she faced a sea of glittery badges and joyful smiles. ” she asked. ” Mrs. Matthews looked puzzled. “You tell her, Jennifer,” said Olivia. ” “I started the club because I was the only one who was Jewish,” Jennifer explained. “But then everyone said they were the only ones of something. You’re the only one here who isn’t in our club, Mrs. ” Jennifer held out the biggest, most glittery badge of all. Mrs. Matthews proudly pinned it to her blouse. “I’m really glad everyone’s the only one of something,” Jennifer said.
She lives in an old farmhouse in Vienna, Maine. Jeff Hopkins creates illustrations for animation studios, book publishers and advertising agencies. He has worked as a Museum Educator for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Museum of Modern Art, NY, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Through the Whitney, he also served as artist-in-residence for a yearlong, after-school art program for K–2 students. When he was in first grade, Jeff was the Only One who slept with his baseball glove tucked under his pillow every night.
Jennifer handed out badges until everyone in the class had one. When Mrs. Matthews came in she faced a sea of glittery badges and joyful smiles. ” she asked. ” Mrs. Matthews looked puzzled. “You tell her, Jennifer,” said Olivia. ” “I started the club because I was the only one who was Jewish,” Jennifer explained. “But then everyone said they were the only ones of something. You’re the only one here who isn’t in our club, Mrs. ” Jennifer held out the biggest, most glittery badge of all. Mrs. Matthews proudly pinned it to her blouse.