Francis Discovers Possible

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.73
Publisher
Harry N. Abrams
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
10.1 X 10.3 X 0.5 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781419749100

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About the Author

Ashlee Latimer is writer, producer, and director focused on creating work that supports and celebrates young people of all ages. She lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, and travels as much as possible. You can find her online talking about books, theater, and Disney movies at @ALNL on Twitter and @ashleelaurynnichole on Instagram. Shahrzad Maydani is an illustrator of Iranian-English descent, raised in Niger and Kenya. Her debut children's book, Poetree, received the Crystal Kite Award and was a Spring 2019 Kids' Indie Next selection. She lives with her family in California. Follow her on Instagram @shahrzadmaydani.
Shahrzad Maydani is an illustrator and storyteller living and working in Berkeley, California. She was raised in Africa by an Iranian mother and an English father, and she spent her childhood collecting and telling stories. She now spends her days frantically making up worlds to keep her toddler happy. Shahrzad is the illustrator of picture books Poetree and Always Sisters.

Reviews

"Full of heart and candor, Francis teaches us that loving your body isn't perfect or easy, but it's always worth it."--Julie Murphy, New York Times bestselling author of DUMPLIN'
"A beautiful picture book about self-acceptance and finding joy in a world that doesn't always make that easy for kids who are different: heartwarming and uplifting--two qualities we all need more of these days." --#1 New York Times bestselling author Rick Riordan
"As beautifully illustrated as it is written, Francis Discovers Possible is a wonderful story about facing some of our first thoughtless comments, and remembering who we are even when we're hurt. In a world where more and more children are learning to name their feelings, Latimer expertly offers a common narrative of childhood shame, and offers the healing capability of our own curiosity."--New York Times bestselling author Ashley C. Ford