Beneath

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Product Details
Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
Pages
40
Dimensions
9.0 X 11.5 X 0.4 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780316312264

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About the Author
Cori Doerrfeld is the New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of The Rabbit Listened and has also created art for such books as That's Life! and Help Mom Work from Home! Originally from Illinois, Cori moved to Minnesota for college and quickly fell in love with the state's natural beauty. This book is her homage to the North Shore along Lake Superior as well as the magnificence and mystery one may find when surrounded by nature. It is also a nod to her dad and Grandpa Lenny and an examination of the many layers that make up the human experience. Today, Cori can still be found exploring Minnesota--now with her husband, two children, and rescue dog, Jinx.
Reviews
"There's plenty [in this original picture book] to discuss on various levels.... The inviting digital art works seamlessly with the well-worded text."--Booklist
An Amazon Best Books of the Month for January 2023
"Doerrfeld subtly guides readers....negative spaces within the softly textured but vibrantly hued digital illustrations depict X-Ray-like perspectives of the items "beneath" each scene..."
--The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"A poignant picture book that encourages [us] to remember that much of life is hidden from view."--The Wall Street Journal
"A subtle message buoyed by thoughtful...reveals."--Publishers Weekly
* "No need to scratch beneath the surface of this text to find the glint of gold. It's apparent right from the start."--Kirkus, starred review
* "Beneath is a rare picture book that truly meets both young readers and adults where they are."--BookPage, starred review