Spork is neither spoon nor fork … but a bit of both.
Even though he tries to look more spoonish and then more forkish, Spork never gets chosen at mealtimes.
He seems resigned to life in the drawer … until one day something arrives that doesn’t care about cutlery customs. Will this be Spork’s chance to finally find his way to the table?
A whimsical celebration of hybrid identities, Spork is a “multi-cutlery” tale for all those who have ever felt like a misfit or wondered about their place in the world.
Canada/US: Kids Can Press, 2010
Australia/New Zealand, Hardie Grant Egmont: 2011
French World Rights: La Pastèque, 2011
A spork is a spork is a spork.
— Gertrude Stein