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Outside, Inside
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From Caldecott honoree LeUyen Pham, Outside, Inside is a moving picture book that captures the unforgettable moment during the pandemic when people all over the world came together. It celebrates the essential workers, frontline workers, and communities that worked with each other to protect our loved ones.
Something strange happened on an unremarkable day just before the season changed.
Everybody who was outside . . .
. . . went inside.
Outside, it was quieter, wilder, and different. Inside, we laughed, we cried, and we grew.
We remembered to protect the ones we love and love the ones who protect us.
While the world changed outside, we became stronger on the inside and believed that someday soon spring would come again.

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Street Date:
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LeUyen Pham. (2021). Outside, Inside. Roaring Brook Press.

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LeUyen Pham. 2021. Outside, Inside. Roaring Brook Press.

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Something strange happened on an unremarkable day just before the season changed.
Everybody who was outside . . .
. . . went inside.
Outside, it was quieter, wilder, and different. Inside, we laughed, we cried, and we grew.
We remembered to protect the ones we love and love the ones who protect us.
While the world changed outside, we became stronger on the inside and believed that someday soon spring would come again.

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Something strange happened on an unremarkable day just before the season changed.
Everybody who was outside . . .
. . . went inside.
Outside, it was quieter, wilder, and different. Inside, we laughed, we cried, and we grew.
We remembered to protect the ones we love and love the ones who protect us.
While the world changed outside, we became stronger on the inside and believed that someday soon spring would come again.

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      • source: Kirkus Reviews, starred review
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        "This powerful ode to community delivers a timeless message of humility, perseverance, and hope."

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      • source: Booklist, starred review
      • content: "Reflecting shared experiences and hopes, here's a welcome picture book for our times."
      • premium: False
      • source: Shelf Awareness, starred review
      • content: "This optimistic book will help even very young children make sense of Covid-19."
      • premium: False
      • source: Publishers Weekly
      • content: "A testimony both to loss experienced and moments of unexpected good."
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      • source: Horn Book
      • content: "Colorful, warm-hearted . . . [and] optimistic."
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      • source: School Library Journal
      • content: "Poetic understatement and somber images capture the new normal in this essential purchase."
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      • source: School Library Journal, starred review, on the New York Times Bestseller Best Friends
      • content: "This authentic, important book will mean a great deal to many kids."
      • premium: False
      • source: Kirkus Reviews, starred review, on Caldecott Honor winner Bear Came Along
      • content: "The stylized, comical creatures belie the depth of the message that comes through for even the youngest of readers: We are all in this together, and our differences strengthen our unity."
      • premium: False
      • source: Booklist, starred review, on the New York Times Bestseller Real Friends
      • content: "Wistful, affecting, and utterly charming."
      • premium: False
      • source: Booklist, starred review on Fallingwater
      • content: "Seamlessly blends together a good story, lyrical language, and deft, supporting artwork."
      • premium: False
      • source: School Library Journal on There's No Such Thing as Little
      • content: "This sweet book can be enjoyed by children in a group setting or when shared one-on-one with someone special. "
      • premium: False
      • source: Booklist on A Piece of Cake
      • content: "Captured in warm and bright illustrations . . . this story about doing the right thing and the power of friendship is a strong choice for story hours and classroom read-alouds. "
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      • source: Publisher's Weekly
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        November 16, 2020
        Slowly, deliberately, Pham (Love Is Powerful) explores what changed about the world when Covid-19 hit. A street full of adults, children, dog walkers, and grandparents empties in the turn of a page: “Everybody who was OUTSIDE.../ ...went INSIDE.” A black cat with a judicious eye roams the story’s pages, gathering its disparate events into one narrative thread. “Well, almost everyone.” Patients lie in hospital beds, tended to by health workers swathed in PPE. Others wait at home: “Some of us worked a little, some of us worked a lot... and some of us couldn’t work at all.” In one spread, friends and neighbors stand in groups, some shown in faded blue instead of full color; they’re the ones who didn’t make it, or who might not have. “So why did we all go inside?” Pham asks. “Mostly,” she explains, “because everyone knew it was the right thing to do.” The word virus is not mentioned: it’s not a story that presents the science behind the pandemic. Instead, the Caldecott Honoree offers a record of a period of difficulty, a testimony both to loss experienced and moments of unexpected good. A moving author’s note is included. Ages 3–6. Agent: Linda Pratt, Wernick & Pratt.

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        December 1, 2020
        Pham addresses the adversity and resulting growth experienced individually and collectively while the world sheltered in place. This uplifting reflection on the spring 2020 coronavirus lockdowns expounds on the resiliency of the human spirit as everyone the world over shut themselves indoors. Several different locales and styles of homes are depicted, highlighting the global impact of this almost universal experience. The simple, first-person narrative emphasizes we through deliberate pacing and repetitive use, firmly cementing the theme of togetherness and connection. While the narrative never explicitly names the virus, this accounting is sensitive to both the challenges and triumphs of navigating this new reality of shared vulnerability. A busy street scene filled with masked first responders and other essential workers is followed by a double-page montage of hospital views inspired by real events. One double-page spread shows families cooking and playing while also featuring anxious faces of adults and a frustrated child at a computer screen. These vignettes are outlined in angular edges, reflecting the uncertain, disjointed feelings experienced by all. A following spread shows a larger spectrum of daily moments, this time shaped in sturdy squares and rectangles that signal a newfound stability as people learned to endure and adapt. Told with a gentle but steadying reassurance, this book posits that despite differences or the distances among us, everyone stayed inside because "it was the right thing to do." Intentionally diverse, the characters represent a wide range of racial presentations. (This book was reviewed digitally with 11-by-17-inch double-page spreads viewed at 30.5% of actual size.) This powerful ode to community delivers a timeless message of humility, perseverance, and hope. (author's note) (Picture book. 3-7)

        COPYRIGHT(2020) Kirkus Reviews, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

      • premium: True
      • source: Booklist
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        February 1, 2021
        Preschool-Grade 1 *Starred Review* Beginning during the last days of winter in 2020, the text recalls how everything changed. A bustling city neighborhood in one scene is empty of people in the next, after everyone outside goes inside, all around the world. Essential workers are still on the job, as the double-page spreads depicting a hospital make clear, but the book's focus shifts to what's happening indoors, where families are together at home: working, baking, worrying, playing games, waiting, and laughing. Wearing masks, people venture outside sometimes but maintain distance from each other with fences, "both real and pretend." Inside their homes, they wait for a spring when people can be together again. Throughout the book, a friendly black cat can be found sitting, walking, and observing the ever-changing scenes. The main text doesn't mention the pandemic. Carefully worded and fluid when read aloud, it simply observes the changes that children might have noticed, offering a springboard for conversation if young listeners have questions. The digital illustrations are beautifully composed and emotionally expressive. In the end, a double gatefold opens into a joyous four-page spread featuring a sunlit park where families and friends, unmasked, gather outdoors together. Reflecting shared experiences and hopes, here's a welcome picture book for our times.

        COPYRIGHT(2021) Booklist, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

      • premium: True
      • source: School Library Journal
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        Starred review from April 1, 2021

        PreS-Gr 2-With sympathy and symmetry, Pham recreates the world pre-pandemic in digital illustrations that have the flow and dynamism of watercolors. She imagines a world where people from all walks of life enjoy being outside engaging in many activities until one day when it all comes to a halt-almost everyone goes inside. So begins this enlightening story of how a deadly pandemic forces everyone indoors. Image after vivid image shows people of many races and ethnicities going about their business and then the abruptly empty streets. Wildlife returns to the suburbs. Through the illustrated portrait-like scenes, people are shown in the hospital, facing job loss, death, upending of routines. Pham underscores the lives of essential workers and their dedication. She also touches on the Black Lives Matter protests during the summer of 2020, offering educators or parents a path for frank discussion about racial injustice. This hopeful work encourages readers to consider their own, ongoing paths through the pandemic, without ever denigrating or playing down the seriousness. VERDICT Poetic understatement and somber images capture the new normal in this essential purchase.-Annmarie Braithwaite, New York P.L.

        Copyright 2021 School Library Journal, LLC Used with permission.

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