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LOVE | Children’s Picture Book on Emotions & Feelings
LOVE | Children’s Picture Book on Emotions & Feelings
LOVE | Children’s Picture Book on Emotions & Feelings
LOVE | Children’s Picture Book on Emotions & Feelings

LOVE | Children’s Picture Book on Emotions & Feelings

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Tess loves her family, but when she has to leave for the first day of school, she is worried that the love might not stretch that far.
An uplifting picture book, bringing comfort to children who are going to school for the first time, have separation anxiety, have lost a close family member, or are dealing with parental divorce.
Everyone loves everyone in Tess’s house, but when Tess has to leave for school for the very first time, she is worried that her family’s love might not stretch that far. Mum explains that love is like a string, it connects people together even when they are far away. At school Tess notices that all the children have strings! Some are new, some are old, some stretch a long way, and some even stretch right up into the sky. But what happens when a string breaks?
►Author: Corrinne Averiss, Kirsti Beautyman
►Reading Age: 4 – 6 Years
►Details: Hardcover | 32 pages | 29.0 x 23.5 cm
About the Authors: Corrinne Averiss is the author of My Pet Star, winner of the Sainsbury's Children's Book of the Year, the Stockport Children's Book Awards and in over 450,000 homes as part of Booktrust's Pyjamarama campaign. Her first book, A Dot in the Snow, illustrated by Fiona Woodcock, was shortlisted for the CILIP Greenaway award, featured on CBeebies' Bedtime Stories and in The Sunday Times' Books of the Year. She is the author of Joy, Hope, Sorrel and the Sleepover, The Boy on the Bench and Floss the Playground Boss. She is drawn to themes of identity and belonging in her books and aims to deliver big feelings with humour and tenderness.
Kirsti Beautyman works from her studio in Newcastle Upon Tyne, using a range of mediums to build layers of texture and detail which are combined digitally to create her illustrations. She finds inspiration within mundane observations and is often staring vacantly into the distance thinking up narratives and ideas. Kirsti won Picture Hooks Illustrator of the Year Award in 2017.