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The stars belong in the deep night sky, and the moon belongs there too, and the winds belong in each place they blow by, and I belong here with you. So begins this classic bedtime book, richly illustrated by award-winning artist Isabelle Arsenault. The pages journey around the world, observing plants and animals everywhere, and reminding children that they are right where they belong. A beautiful title for new babies, adoptive families, and children of all ages.
You are a dream that the world once dreamt,
And now you are part of its song.
That's why you are here, in the place where you're meant,
For this is right where you belong.
Beautiful. The book is well made and the illustrations are unique and romantic. The rhyming poetry was fun for her and the illustrations were visually appealing. I loved the message that we are meant to be who we are and that no matter what, our children will always have us beside them to support who they are. -Ashley, mommy to Cella, 6 months. San Francisco, CA
Tiny, Perfect Things: M. H. Clark and Madeline Kloepper
The whole world is a treasure waiting to be found. Open your eyes and see the wonderful things all around. This is the story of a child and a grandfather whose walk around the neighborhood leads to a day of shared wonder as they discover all sorts of tiny, perfect things together. With rhythmic storytelling and detailed and intricate illustrations, this is a book about how childlike curiosity can transform ordinary days into extraordinary adventures. • A modern classic nursery picture book featuring strong visual storytelling • Perfect bedtime or anytime reading for ages 2–7 • A relational book of observation and gratitude which encourages children to find and appreciate what the world around them has to offer.
Tiny Perfect Things reminds children to notice small details in life. My daughter is really good at that in her day to day so this book spoke to her little soul. The pictures are interesting and made her want to read it over and over as she discovers new things in the pictures each time she reads them. -Lisa, mom to Molly (age 3.5), Hollywood, MD