The Circles All Around Us

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Product Details
$18.99  $17.66
Dial Books
Publish Date
9.2 X 9.1 X 0.5 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author
Brad Montague is a New York Times best-selling author and illustrator of books for kids and former kids. He is creator of the hit web series Kid President, the global movement Socktober, and Booked, a program bringing classrooms around the world together through literacy and creative writing. His commitment to childlike wonder and joyful rebellion has led to collaborations with The Disney Channel, Jim Henson Company, Magnolia Network, Hallmark, Rivian, Pokemon, and the United Nations. He lives in Tennessee with his wife and collaborator, Kristi Montague, and their two children. Kristi Montague is a New York Times best-selling illustrator of picture books and mixed-media artist. From corporate graphic design work to elaborate cardboard props for Kid President, she has a wide range of experience adding color to the world. She enjoys making things by hand, often combining digital elements with the handmade-resulting in unique creations for local theater productions, large brands, or just for fun. Her skills are regularly used in the service of local non-profits that benefit children. She lives in Tennessee with her husband and collaborator, Brad Montague, and their two children.
Praise for The Circles All Around Us

"Written in rhyme and featuring soft pastel illustrations, this title demonstrates how bringing new people into our lives, even though it can sometimes be scary or uncomfortable, can happen and can make our lives better for it." --School Library Connection

"The overall message is one of inclusion and performing acts of kindness. A delicate line and soft colors depict a diverse cast of winsome characters and the dainty details of how they spread goodwill." --School Library Journal

"How and why a symbol of exclusion can be transformed into just the opposite . . . the message is worthy." --Kirkus