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Last has a powerful conservation message – Kirkus Reviews

The illustrations breathe life into humans and animals! Buy Last: The Story of a White Rhino  We’re delighted with this superb review of Last from Kirkus Reviews! Have a read below. Is the male white rhinoceros at the zoo the only one of his kind left? The text is sparse and thoughtful. The artwork combines sophisticated collage—including words from many languages inscribed on buildings and animals—with a distinctive drawing style that breathes life equally into…

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This magical book takes readers to another world – Kirkus Reviews

Illustrated with a touch of magic! Buy The Phoenix of Persia We’re delighted with this wonderful review of The Phoenix of Persia from Kirkus Reviews! Have a read below.   A story of ancient Persia inside a story of 20th-century Iran accompanied by an easily accessible soundtrack. A brother and sister in Iran run to the public park to listen to a storyteller backed by musicians narrate the tale of Prince Zal and the Simorgh,…

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Felix After the Rain celebrates emotional honesty and freedom – Kirkus Reviews

Felix After the Rain is a jubilant, visually dramatic allegory! Buy Felix After the Rain  We are thrilled with this wonderfully thoughtful review of Felix After the Rain shared by Kirkus Reviews all the way in the US! Have a read below! Unhappy Felix finds himself always carrying a heavy black suitcase. He walks far, all the time toting this inhibiting weight. He doesn’t know exactly what is inside, but “something dark” or “something bothersome”…

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Starred review of Under the Great Plum Tree from Kirkus Reviews!

Under the Great Plum Tree twists and turns to keep readers engaged! Buy Under the Great Plum Tree We’re over the moon that Kirkus Reviews have shared this *starred* review of Under the Great Plum Tree! Read their absolutely brilliant review below! A kindhearted monkey and an elderly crocodile forge an unlikely bond. Miss Bandari is a monkey who’s known for her bighearted kindness. One day, while sitting in a plum tree, she meets Mr.…

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A Bottle of Happiness is richly illustrated and accessible – Kirkus

Buy A Bottle of Happiness A great review from Kirkus for A Bottle of Happiness, out in the US in 2020! A modern yet timeless fable in which a child’s observation sparks a paradigm shift for a society that values individual production and ownership. Two groups of humans live on either side of a mountain, leading disparate lives due to the range of resources available to them: One side catches fish, mines jewels, grows crops,…

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