Binkle cant wait until he turns from caterpillar to butterfly. Hell finally have strong, beautiful wings to take him high into the sky! But when the day comes, something is terribly wrong. Why are Binkles wings so wispy and weak? How will he ever fly like the other butterflies if his wings are nothing like theirs?
Yet with some help and creativity, maybe theres more than one way to fly . . .
As this charming, gorgeously illustrated story reminds us, life can present us with unwelcome challenges, but inventive alternatives and the support of others can make all the difference.
This is a great book to help start discussions about disabilities.
<p><strong>Sharmila Collins</strong> was inspired to write this story by the bravery of her daughter and other children who face ongoing medical challenges. She is the founder of Cure EB, a charity dedicated to researching her daughters rare skin disease. Originally from Sri Lanka, she lives in the United Kingdom.</p>
<p><b>Carolina Rabei</b> graduated with distinction from the Cambridge School of Art and has been honored with a Kate Greenaway Medal nomination. Her unique style employs traditional and digital techniques. She began her artistic pursuits in her home country of Moldova and now lives in the United Kingdom. <br><br>