Ayano Imai (Author)
DescriptionOne cool fall day, a boy sees a rabbit zip by with an acorn. Curious, he watches first the rabbits, then the birds, and in turn, each of the creatures of the forest bury seeds and nuts in the ground. The life cycle of the forest and all the creatures that support it are portrayed in this lovely book. Even the young boy does his part--reminding the reader how each of us is connected to all living things.
October 01, 2018
9.4 X 11.4 X 0.5 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author
Ayano Imai is the author and illustrator of minedition's Aesop's Fables, Mr. Brown's Fantastic Hat, and Puss The Town. She studied Japanese painting, with a focus on mineral pigment painting, at Musashino Art University in Tokyo.
"Exquisite watercolors ... evocative of Lisbeth Zwerger's work, though with a naturalist's attention to detail that also brings to mind Nancy Eckholm Burkert's style ...gorgeous pictures...Stunning, wordless spreads...beautiful." --kirkusreviews.com