Why didn’t Casey’s kite follow all the others? And why didn’t her kite crash when storm winds came? Was it magic or was it Casey? In this powerful little book, Casey learns the courage to build her own kite, the serenity to surrender when she has no control, and the wisdom to swap help with others. Working together, Casey and her friends build kites that each can fly in their own direction. Readers can too.
|Publisher:||Authors Place LLC|
|Product dimensions:||11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)|
|Age Range:||3 Months to 12 Years|
About the Author
Personally, Rick loves to spend time with family and friends, and walks by the ocean as often as possible. He is also involved with many charities that help children and families. He find that his greatest teachers are often children.
Rick enjoys learning something from everyone he meets, and feels he has something to share with everyone in return.
Find more about Rick's work at BeingChief.com or CaseysKite.com
Katie Risor is a professional illustrator, storyteller, and designer. In addition to full time freelance work, she runs
Creekkid Art, her illustration brand of products such as prints, stickers, and enamel pins. Katie loves bringing stories to life and creating worlds through her art. Her personal work features lots of magical themes, weird creatures, and whimsy. Katie has worked on books such as "There's an Alligator in the Elevator!", "When Mommy Caught a Dragon", and others.
When not making art or working on projects, Katie enjoys the outdoors, gardening, cooking, and spending time with her family. She lives with her partner, their dog, and three cats in Texas.
Find Katie's work at www.katierisor.com