Giving Back Crochet - Jonah Larson

by Jonah Larson (Author)

Giving Back Crochet - Jonah Larson
Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade
Jonah Larson taught himself to crochet when he was 5 years old and gained overnight global notoriety. Jonah was born in Ethiopia and adopted as a baby, and he admits he did not always make it easy for his parents. Luckily for him and them, he found that crochet had a way of calming him down. He credits his parents with teaching him many things, especially the importance of giving back and helping others. This book grew out of Jonah's philosophy that part of living a happy life is giving to those in need. With this in mind you will find designs like hats, scarves, slippers and afghans that are easy and simple, and they make perfect gifts to give to those who find themselves in need, those who are suffering with terminal illness or someone who just needs to know that someone cares. Also included is a basic Learn to Crochet section.

Jonah Larson
Jonah Larson is an 11-year-old crochet prodigy who is fascinated with the idea that by manipulating yarn with his hook and fingers he can transform it into items as diverse as afghans and cowls. He believes in helping others by donating his time, talent and art. Jonah has been making beautiful works of fiber art since he was 5 years old. He taught himself to crochet using how-to videos after finding a crochet hook in a bag of discarded craft items. Now, Jonah has a popular Instagram page, a YouTube channel filled with videos and tutorials, and a book titled Hello, Crochet Friends! Making Art, Being Mindful, Giving Back: Do What Makes You Happy.
Classification
Fiction
ISBN-13
9781640254343
Lexile Measure
N/A
Guided Reading Level
N/A
Publisher
Annies
Publication date
September 20, 2020
Series
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