A family learns what home really means, as they leave one beloved residence and make a new home in another.
A Notable Social Studies Trade Book for Young People
Home can be many thingsa window, a doorway, a rug . . . or a hug. At home, everything always feels the same: comfortable and safe.
But sometimes things change, and a home must be left behind.
Follow a family as they move out of their beloved, familiar house and learn that they can bring everything they love about their old home to the new one, because they still have each other. This heartfelt picture book by Stephanie Parsley Ledyard is richly illustrated by former Pixar animator Chris Sasaki.
A BookPage Best Book of the Year
A Bank Street Best Book of the Year
|Product dimensions:||9.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Stephanie Parsley Ledyard is a writer, poet, and teacher. She received an MFA in writing for children and young adults from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Stephanie's first picture book, Pie Is for Sharing, illustrated by Jason Chin, was published in 2018 to wide acclaim, receiving four starred reviews. She lives in Dallas, Texas, with her family. You can find her online at stephanieledyard.com
Chris Sasaki is an illustrator and art director living in Oakland, California. Formerly, he worked at Pixar, where he did character design on Monsters University and Inside Out. Chris was also the production designer for the Oscar-nominated short film Weekends. His illustrations for Julie Leung's Paper Son won the Dilys Evans Founder Award, celebrating the year's most promising new talent. Chris has worked for animation studios like Jim Henson, Laika, and Tonko House, and his work has appeared in The New York Times and the Society of Illustrators annual. Visit his website at csasaki.com