Love Will Turn You Around

Love Will Turn You Around

Love Will Turn You Around

Love Will Turn You Around


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Some days everything seems wrong, and life can make you feel . . . bent out of shape.

In Love Will Turn You Around, readers are reminded of the power of friendship and positivity to turn a frown upside down and make things right again. Kids are encouraged to persevere during difficult times as they witness Heart’s determination to overcome his struggles to fit in with the other shapes. Cheers are sure to follow as Heart remembers what matters most and embraces the strength within to turn things around not only for himself, but others, too.

With bright, engaging illustrations that showcase primary and secondary colors and a text that cleverly introduces basic shape properties, Love Will Turn You Around is the perfect addition to preschool and elementary classrooms and libraries.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781957655017
Publisher: Gnome Road Publishing
Publication date: 04/04/2023
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Mary Munson has been an early childhood special education teacher for more than twenty years. She earned her undergraduate degree in English, fueled by a love of reading and creative writing. She then earned graduate degrees in Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education, fueled by her desire to play and be in a sandbox. When she is not making mud pies, she enjoys spending time with her family, doing yoga, camping or lounging by a crackling fire with friends. She doesn't take anything too seriously and always appreciates a good belly laugh. Mary is grateful to be able to put more love out into the world. For more about Mary visit

Kate Talbot is an Australian-born, New Zealand-based children's book writer and illustrator. Her first picture book, written at age eight, was a reinterpretation of Little Red Riding Hood, which promptly landed her in detention for its cheeky nature. The reprimand only served to inspire a love for tongue-in-cheek humor, which Kate now strives to infuse in her stories and art. As an illustrator, she works digitally and loves to create rambunctious characters and images flooded with color. To learn more about Kate visit

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