Imagine a Garden: Stories of Courage Changing the World

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Product Details
Price
$18.95  $17.62
Publisher
Greystone Kids
Publish Date
Pages
44
Dimensions
9.1 X 9.1 X 0.5 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781771647137

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About the Author

Rina Singh is an award-winning children's author and spoken word coach. She has an MFA in Creative Writing and has written many critically acclaimed books for children, which have received starred reviews from Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, and Booklist. A lover of poetry, photography, beautiful books, trees, she lives with her husband and Japanese koi in a blue house in Toronto.
Hoda Hadadi is an award-winning Iranian author, illustrator, and poet. She has illustrated over 60 children's books. Her intricate artwork, created by hand, is recognized worldwide. Her awards include the Gold Medal for Best Picture Book, International Book Award 2018 USA, and Gold Medal for Best Illustrator at the Literary Classics Awards in 2017 for Drummer Girl.


Reviews

"This topical book offers much for the young social studies learner and will be useful for springboarding age-appropriate conversations about peace and conflict."
--Summer Edward, Horn Book

"A powerful book ... The paper cut illustrations are gorgeous, detailed and embody the message of hope."
--Toronto Star

"A beautiful and uplifting anthology."
--The Sunday Times

"Offers a series of poetic vignettes that chronicle small but impactful efforts by people to make life a little bit better... the emotional effect of the lyrical, imagistic text is profound, distinctly laying out the heart of the various problems in a way that makes the subjects' efforts even more admirable."
--The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books review

"These portrayals of seven admirable agents of hope and small-scale change are nothing if not inspiring. Celebrating human endeavors like these might prompt more sweeping change."
--Kirkus Reviews