Isabelle Simler
Price £16.99
Description Description From the winner of the New York Times Best Illustrated Children's book, comes a beautiful meditation on what makes a home.

Each creature featured in this beautiful collection shows a unique way that they build their home, and poetic text accompanies each, making this both a narrative, non-fiction treasury and a poetic reflection on what nature can teach us. Discover how a beaver builds a safe dam for it's family and how a tailor bird forages for grasses and animal hairs to use as threads, to sew a truly tailor-made nest. In this book, children and parents alike will discover in vivid colour and poetry, all the wild ways there are to build a home. 

Format Juvenile - Hardcover 64 Pages
ISBN 9780711287099
Size7.87 in x 12.80 in / 200.00 mm x 325.00 mm
Published Date September 7th, 2023
Isabelle Simler
ISABELLE SIMLER has written and illustrated over twenty books for children. Sweet Dreamers, My Wild Cat, Plume, and The Blue Hour (all Eerdmans) were all featured in the Society of Illustrators "The Original Art" annual exhibition. Plume was also named a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book 2017. Isabelle lives in France.
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