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The Rock and the Butterfly

Kathy Stinson

ca. 12,99 (Lieferbar ab 15. Oktober 2024)
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Kinder- und Jugendbücher / Kinderbücher bis 11 Jahre


Key Selling Points

  • The butterfly and the rock have always been there for each other...until the day the rock disappears and the butterfly has to learn how to live without its beloved friend.
  • This poignant tale addresses what it's like to lose someone you love, through a gentle metaphor, and shows how, even though you might flounder, comfort can be found in the memories that special someone left with you.
  • This story was originally written after the death of illustrator Brooke Kerrigan's father, penned for her mother by Kathy Stinson. Kathy and Brooke then realized it was a universal story that they could bring to the page.
  • Kathy's moving text combined with Brooke's striking illustrations give this book the feel of a timeless classic that will resonate with anyone who's experienced any kind of loss and provide a good jumping-off point for a discussion about grief or loss with children.
  • Kathy Stinson is the author of over 40 books, including The Man with the Violin, a TD Canadian Children's Literature Award winner, and Brooke Kerrigan is the illustrator of numerous books for children, whose work has received an honorable mention from the Alcuin Society Awards for Excellence in Book Design.

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finding strength in hard times, love, missing someone, supporting each other, working through loss, natural world, loss of a friend, moving away, death and grief, friendship, metaphor, losing a loved one, opposites attract, navigating change, resilience, memories