A remarkable book for encouraging self-reflection In this empathetic book, a young girl wonders what life would be like if she lived somewhere else. What if she lived in a city with millions of people? What would it be like to be a refugee from a war-torn country? Is she meant to be in a different place? Or is she right where she’s supposed to be? Stirring and impactful, this book will cause readers to ponder life’s big questions and have a better understanding of their place in the world.
About the Author
Constance Ørbeck-Nilssen studied at the Norwegian Journalist Academy in Oslo and completed the writing program at the Norwegian Children’s Literature Institute. She now works as a freelance journalist and children’s author, and she has written a number of picture books, including I’m Right Here (Eerdmans). She lives in Norway. Akin Duzakin is a Turkish-Norwegian illustrator and children’s author. In 2006 he won the Bokkunstprisen award for illustration, and he was nominated for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2007 and 2008. He previously collaborated with Constance Ørbeck-Nilssen on I’m Right Here (Eerdmans). Akin lives in Norway.