Pilu of the Woods

Mai K Nguyen (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$12.99  $11.95
Publisher
Oni Press
Publish Date
April 16, 2019
Pages
160
Dimensions
6.1 X 0.6 X 8.9 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781620105634

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About the Author

Mai K. Nguyen is a comics maker, illustrator, and ice-cream enthusiast living in Northern California. She has previously self-published two short stories, Coral and the King and Little Ghost. When she's not doodling, she's hustling as a visual designer in San Francisco, watching too many true-crime documentaries, or dreaming about all the other comics she wants to make. Not unlike Willow, she loves feeling small amongst redwood trees and inhaling the salty-grassy smell of coastal bluffs.

Reviews

"A heartwarming and beautifully executed parallel between the natural cycles of nature and the emotional journey of navigating friend and family relationships, Pilu of the Woods feels very special."--Natalie Riess, author of SPACE BATTLE LUNCHTIME
"In Pilu of the Woods, Nguyen has crafted a sweet, gentle, beautifully-illustrated fable about childhood loss, and the friends who help us find ways to grow, even through the hardest times."--Melanie Gillman (Steven Universe)
"An incredible and imaginative story of life and loss. Readers will miss Pilu when the story ends, but she will resonate long after."--Erin Entrada Kelly, Newbery award-winning author of Hello, Universe
Rendered in evocative lines and expressive lettering, Pilu of the Woods is a delight! Nguyen's debut is a touching tale of lingering grief and the healing powers of friendship, family, and one enchanting forest.--Melanie Crowder, award-winning author of A Nearer Moon
In PILU OF THE WOODS, Mai K. Nguyen's stunning visuals bring an emotional narrative to life. Pick it up for the beauty, stay for the feels!--Gloria Chao, author of AMERICAN PANDA
"A lovely graphic novel focusing on confronting our inner feelings and how we express them."--Kirkus