Tiny Wonders (Hardcover)

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Tiny Wonders (Hardcover)

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The world is full of wonders, if we take a small moment to look! A beautiful story about everyday magic.
April's town is dull and gray, and the people there are too busy to laugh or look up at the sky. But when April remembers Grandma's stories about wonder in the world, like the secret language of flowers, April wonders: Can dandelions help?
Planting tiny seeds while the seasons shift towards spring, April watches as the dandelions and other flowers sprout, bringing more than a little wonder back to her community.
Debut author-illustrator Sally Soweol Han's gorgeous and inspirational story encourages young readers to consider how they too can plant a little wonder in the world.

Sally Soweol Han is an award-winning Korean Australian artist who is passionate about creating stories and illustrating heart-warming picture books for all ages. She is fascinated with traditional techniques and most of her illustrations are hand-drawn and -painted. Sally is devoted to illustrating whimsical work for picture books, in the hope of delivering warmth and joy to all readers. This is her authorial debut.

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Product Details ISBN: 9781547614561
ISBN-10: 1547614560
Publisher: Bloomsbury Children's Books
Publication Date: March 5th, 2024
Pages: 40
Language: English

“The magic realism of the story inspires readers to consider what small changes they could make to create more joy and beauty in the world.” —Booklist

“A much-welcome reminder to appreciate nature's beauty--and to stop and smell the dandelions.” —BCCB

“Full of hope, warmth, and charm, a reminder that it's the little things that matter.” —Kirkus Reviews