A quirky kid donates her beloved panda sweater, and through this act of sacrifice gains a new friend. With whimsical, contemporary artwork, this story balances the topic of selflessness with humor and heart, while also offering an opportunity to talk about bullying, sharing and self-confidence.
So touching, and a wonderful conversation starter to talk about a host of things—bullying, donating things we don't use anymore to help others, kindness and more. While it lightly touches on some deeper issues, it's at a level that's great for kids/
Gilles Baum studied mathematics and became a school teacher after his plans of becoming a superhero and conquering the world fell through. Inspired by his students, he writes for children so they may live all the exciting lives that he wasn’t able to. Gilles lives in Alsace, France.
Barroux is the author-illustrator of several children’s picture books including Line of Fire, Where’s the Elephant?, and Welcome. His books have received widespread critical acclaim and been nominated for several awards including the Kate Greenaway Medal.
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This book was typeset in Blockhead, Chalkduster and Mr Lucky
The illustrations were prepared in acrylics on paper with some collages