Follow an inquisitive little girl on a camping trip as she journeys through nature and discovers the amazing worlds within her. The sun, stars, rivers, and trees serve as mirrors, reflecting back all her complexities and possibilities. Brilliant pencil and watercolor illustrations pair with whimsical rhymes to invite young readers to see the wonders around them and the miracles inside. A beautiful story that encourages young readers to explore different facets of themselves and embrace their own worth. A poetic and empowering read aloud for children ages 5 to 9.
M.H. Clark is a poet and writer who has received multiple awards, including the Washington State Book Award and two Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. She has traveled the world and lived in many wonderful places--but she believes she belongs most of all in a little house with a large library, someplace where the forest meets the sea.
Laura Carlin is an award-winning, London-based illustrator and ceramicist. Her awards include the Bratislava children's book illustration award, the Quentin Blake Award, and the National Magazine Award. Laura's work has also been featured in publications like Vogue, the New Scientist, the Guardian, the Observer, the Sunday Telegraph, and the Independent.