$18.00 – $28.00
A story of friendship, courage, and self-discovery for young readers and the young at heart.
Naio the feather (from Tamaishi) is a lonely, lost feather in the valley Where All the Little Things Live. A terrible storm sweeps her into the sky where she learns her origins and the true nature of the clouds.
A 2020 Royal Dragonfly Winner!
- Honorable Mention: Best Illustrations
- Honorable Mention: Chapter books
“This is a book that should be on every young reader’s shelf; and adults should read it out loud, even in quiet moments, and secluded spaces, only to themselves.”
“…the lessons this tiny feather imparts nudges their way into your heart and soul upon the whisper of a soft breeze. You will embrace them fully, and never forget the tiny voice who whispered it all to you, perhaps in a dream.”
“I liked the moth king because he told Luna that we all love your gentle brightness, and please come back. It sounded like they actually loved Luna. At first it seemed liked no one liked her, but then it turned out that everyone loved her.”
“it’s so helpful to read about strong, quiet heroes like Naio who also struggle with real fears.”
“…a tender, lovely, exuberantly delicate storybook that reminds one of the true nature of friendship.”
“I loved this story and the underlying theme of acceptance. It feels very familiar and relevant in this moment.”
“I love all the different stories about Luna. It’s a wonderful way to present the idea that we all understand the world through our different circumstances, locations, and experiences.”
This book was made possible through a Kickstarter in July 2020. After I have all initial kickstarter orders fulfilled, I’ll be adding it to the store for others to purchase.
PLEASE NOTE. The Audiobook is still in production and won’t be available until April 2021. You can place an order but I won’t be able to ship separately. What I can do is give you a discount code so you can buy the audiobook separately when it’s available.
First edition, 2020, 152 pages. Printed by Eberhardt Press in Portland, OR, using a Ryobi 2-color offset press on mohawk superfine 80#T and 100#C, using black and PMS297. The cover includes gatefold flaps.
|Dimensions||9 × 12 × 0.25 in|
|Include Audiobook CD?||
Add Audiobook CD, No CD