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Karen Hendriks

Home is a powerful and touching picture book about resilence, published at Daisy Lane Publishing. For children age 8-12, it tells about events of the Second World War through the story of a german family being displaced out of Czechoslovakia.

With gentle and beautiful illustrations by Alisa Knatko, this picture book brings forth a message of hope: our true home is in our heart, and hope and love are stonger than fear. 

A very beautiful story about refugees, unfortunately still a topical issue. 

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A beautiful, upbeat story about a difficult theme: the loss of a mother. But it's also about the love of a father! 

In this poetic and gentle story, a young boy tries to catch feathers flying around. It becomes a game with his dad, a moment of love and sharing. Once caught, the feather is swiftly put under his pillow, to act as a dream-catcher and... allow him to see his deceased mother in his dreams. 

Broaching loss with children is often as difficult as it is necessary. This story has a very appropriate way to do it, by putting all the focus on love. 

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A charming bedtime story, Go away, Foxy foxy is about 3 little rabbits going to sleep. But there is a fox nearby, bidding his time... Are they going to ring the bell to call their mom for help? Or will they be able to work together to find a solution and show how ingenious they are?

This tale-like story is about being confident in oneself, trusting others and finding resources in oneself!

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