A Difficult Thing: The Importance of Admitting Mistakes
Silvia Vecchini (Author) Sualzo (Artist)
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DescriptionEvery child, at some point, makes mistakes and must learn to deal with and admit those mistakes. This charming, two-tone, wordless comic deals with that very lesson and shows just how powerful the word "sorry" is. This beautifully rendered volume is a good lesson for children and adults alike. This edition includes a discussion guide and activity guide.
January 25, 2022
7.2 X 10.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.8 pounds
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About the Author
Silvia Vecchini was born in 1975 in Saint Francis's province--Perugia, Italy--and holds a degree in modern literature from the Theological Institute of Assisi. She is the author of numerous books for children as well as a number of volumes of scholarly and educational material. Along with her husband, Antonio Vincenti, Silvia founded the Sycamore Group, which promotes the work of children and adolescent authors and illustrators and focuses on catechetical story-telling. The Creed Explained and The Ten Commandments Explained are her two bestselling titles with Pauline Books & Media.
Sualzo is an author and highly acclaimed comics illustrator working with many Italian publishing houses. He won the Festi'DB di Moulins in 2009 for best screenplay and was a finalist for the Attilio Micheluzzi Prize in 2010.