Amanda Driscoll presents Little Grump Truck

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Sunday, August 29, 2021 - 2:00pm
2720 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206

POSTPONED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 19th

Due to publishing snags, this event has been postponed until Sept 19th. Sorry for the delay! We look forward to seeing you later on!

 

Join us in-person for a fun family event at Carmichael's new event space on Frankfort Avenue!

Kids and adults are strongly encouraged to wear masks: we'll have carpet squares for seating at comfortable distances.

 

Go! Go! Go! Stop! meets Grumpy Monkey in this adorable story of a moody dump truck and her mindful tools for battling a bad mood.

When Little Dump Truck is happy, the whole construction crew knows it. When she isn’t happy, she becomes Little GRUMP Truck. She can’t contain her mood—and soon it starts spreading to the rest of the trucks. When she closes her eyes to get away from her grumpies, she discovers that taking a quiet moment away from her troubles can shift her bad mood into reverse. For now…

This fun, accessible story helps kids understand how to use meditation and mindfulness when they feel overwhelmed or angry, and is a useful tool for any parent hoping to try a new approach to treating tantrums.


“Should appeal to all the little grump trucks hauling their feelings about.”—Kirkus

 

Amanda Driscoll is a graphic designer and children's book author/illustrator. Books she has written and illustrated include Duncan the Story Dragon, Wally Does Not Want a Haircut, Klondike Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes! and the forthcoming Little Grump Truck. All are published by Knopf.

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$17.99
ISBN: 9780593300817
Availability: Coming Soon! Pre-Order this now and we will contact you on publication date!
Published: Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers - September 7th, 2021

Go Go Go Stop meets Grumpy Monkey in this adorable story of a moody dump truck and her mindful tools for battling a bad mood.


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POSTPONED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 19th