A single chopstick is a very lonely chopstick. How can he dexterously scoop up noodles without his friend? But there comes a point in every chopstick's life when he must quest for personal identity and independence.
Chopsticks by Amy Krouse Rosenthal with illustrations by Scott Magoon, is the classic chopstick coming of age tale—it's also the companion book to Spoon, if you're familiar with other utensil-centric children's literature.
Chopstick A and Chopstick B are the bestest of best friends. But tragedy strikes one day when (kids, close your eyes) Chopstick A snapped and was whisked away (by a whisk, naturally) to the medicine cabinet. It's time they each learn to survive on their own. Spoiler: they reunite at the end, and it's joyous.
We're giving away five (5) copies of Chopsticks. To enter to win a copy for your little one (or yourself, that's perfectly acceptable) just tell us about your favorite utensil below.
This contest will end and comments will close at 5 p.m. ET, Monday, January 30, 2012. One entry per community member. Winners are limited to residents of the continental U.S. Standard Serious Eats contest rules apply.
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