Sora and Sarah are twins. They do everything together: go for walks, share favorite sweets and the sweetest tunes. But when Sora begins to grow up, Sarah does not. Sarah is an imaginary twin and she doesn’t grow up. What will Sora do when her new school friend, Kay, comes to play? Will she stop playing with Sarah, or is there another solution?
|Publisher:||Simply Read Books|
|Product dimensions:||8.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||2 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Kaori Kasai, an artist-in-motion, graduated from art school in Tokyo, traveled to live and work in San Francisco, Hong Kong, and now lives in Vancouver. She creates her own world of eccentric creatures and personalities which bloom into the void: gigantic space dotted with tiny, intimate kinships and spirits bumping into one another, narrating signs of life across a dreamt universe. Her works have been exhibited at gallery 1 (Japan), Giant Robot, Little Otsu and SOMARTS (San Francisco), Compound Gallery (Portland) and the site of Helen Pitt Gallery (Vancouver).
In 2007, Kao was invited to accompany the screening of her new animated
short "Duet" at San Francisco's Asian American Film Festival and AAIFF (NY).
She graduated from art school in Tokyo specializing in fashion illustration and also trained at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (Canada), learning new media design, CD ROM & web development. Currently she is teaching New Media use Mac computer at Art School to children and creating children’s books.
For more information on Kaori Kasai, visit her website at