A Way With Words
Captivating imagery, dazzling illustrations, and a story that will speak to everyone, A Way with Words is a modern classic in the making.
Little reader offers:
- Receive 25% off plus a free Ethicool library bag when you order this book as part of the Magical Book Set.
Recommended ages: for 4 - 10yrs old
Author: Stacy Burch
Illustrator: Lucy McLoughlin
What is this picture book about?
Little Sam doesn't speak.
But that doesn't mean she can't say a great many things.
Through the power of her creativity, she shows that all children deserve to be heard, regardless of how they choose to communicate.
This truly mesmerizing book is for all quiet little ones out there ... and also for anyone who wants or needs to find their voice.
Praise for A Way with Words
"Every page offers something different in this book. It's children's literature at its absolute finest." Teeny Tiny Toes Reads
"Conceptually, visually, literally ... this book is brilliant." Ben Loves Books
An excerpt from the story
Sam spoke no words.
But Sam was always watching.
At first, Sam stored her words in her lovey -
snatching her floating thoughts before they popped like bubbles.
Her parents thought her lovey sweet.
"She'll speak when she's ready," they said with a hug and a kiss.
Frequently asked questions
Well, we used to, but now we only ship to Australia and New Zealand.
For all other countries, we have exclusive distributors who wholesale our books to retailers.
If you're in the USA, you'll find us in Barnes & Noble and Target.
Usually within two business days.
We publish our books in both formats. If it's hardcover, it will be noted clearly in the product description - otherwise, you can assume it's softcover.
Commonly newborns through to seven year-olds, but we like to think we're equally loved by very big kids, too!
That depends how good it is! Seriously, though, we're signing new authors all the time and you can learn more HERE.
Ethicool HQ is in Tasmania, Australia, but we have a large warehouse presence in Berkeley, USA, servicing the northern hemisphere.
When we have new release titles on the way (i.e. in the middle of being printed or shipped to our warehouses), we put them up for pre-order. It usually means they're a few weeks or months away from being delivered to customers.