A beautifully illustrated, Zen-inspired picture book for children ages 4-8 about moving to a new home, making friends, and finding beauty wherever you are.
EMILY FRANCE is the critically acclaimed young adult author of Zen and Gone (a Washington Post Best Book for Young Readers) and Signs of You. She graduated from Brown University and also holds an MFA in Creative Writing and a JD. She has lived in nine different U.S. states and traveled to places in Russia, India, Europe, and Central America. She now lives in Colorado with her husband and son. Her Zen practice is the taproot of her inspiration. Connect with her online at emilyfrancebooks.com. NATALIE BECHER was born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand and has moved all over the world. She graduated from Brown University and holds an MA in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. Today, after living on three different continents, she has returned to Bangkok where she lives with her husband and two children. Natalie was taught Buddhist traditions as a child and has deepened her practice in recent years.
"A welcome modern tale of immigration featuring a Thai
"Picture books about families moving abound, but this one is different. Krit isn't just missing familiar people and places, he's missing his culture, and his happy ending springs from adopting a different outlook as well as finding a friend. In the illustrations, bright colors contrast with shades of gray, often reflecting changes in mood as the story progresses. A helpful new slant on an old theme. "-Booklist