Subtitle Every One A Different Journey

Kristin Roskifte
Price £14.99
Description Description Celebrate empathy, connection and togetherness with this touching follow-up to the bestselling interactive book Everybody Counts.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday… any day… you may be travelling to the supermarket, the park, or the seaside. But it’s not only you – everybody travels, all the time.

This is a book jam-packed full of lovely stories, big and small, all about the human experience. It is a beautiful reminder that we are all ultimately on a journey together!

Each person in this book is on their own personal journey. Whether that journey is in the pages of a story book they are reading, or on an airplane trip to meet a long-lost relative at a family reunion… we are moving, being moved, arriving and departing all the time.

Read the clues on each page about where that person is going and why. Enter their world and work out their funny, sometimes tragic, bizarre and ultimately human story on their journey through life, sometimes at the beginning and sometimes at the very end.

This book can be read on many levels by many ages, with more to discover as children grow up. This makes it a truly sentimental and timeless keepsake that teaches important lessons only when the time is right.

At moments profound, funny and silly, it is a reminder that we are all in it together; a story that promotes compassion and tolerance for strangers and newcomers in their finest and worst moments and a reminder that we are all somewhere travelling along our life’s path as individuals.
Format Hardcover Book 72 Pages
ISBN 9780711294561
Size8.70 in x 12.01 in / 221.00 mm x 305.00 mm
Published Date June 6th, 2024
Kristin Roskifte
Kristin Roskifte is a Norwegian illustrator and author and winner of the Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize. She has made seven picture books with topics like dream homes, queueing, and animals with body issues. Three of her books are about the alphabet happy couple Alf and Beate, whose lives are based on letter shapes. Roskifte has more than ten years experience as a freelance illustrator, working for editorials, advertising, and design. Her work has won her many awards and great reviews. She has an MA in Illustration from Kingston University in London, and a BA in Illustration from Cambridge School of Art. She lives and works outside Oslo, Norway.
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