Sebastian is one handsome fox. So why can’t he take the perfect selfie? In his quest to get the shot of his dreams, he sets off on an elaborate journey from the Grand Canyon all the way to the moon. But nothing works. Could it be that the secret to his special selfie is right where he started—at home with his friends?
Sarah Glenn Marsh is the author of the young adult Reign of the Fallen series, as well as the novel Fear the Drowning Deep. She also writes children’s picture books including A Campfire Tail, Selfie Sebastian, The Bug Girl, and Ninita’s Big World: The True Story of a Deaf Pygmy Marmoset. She lives in Richmond, Virginia with her husband, a whole lot of books, and her own little zoo of four rescued sighthounds, two cockatiels, and many fish.
Are there any details of Selfie Sebastian that you particularly love that readers should watch for?
I really enjoy looking for what the other animals are doing, and their expressions, in the backgrounds of Sebastian’s adventures.
What would you say is the primary message of this book?
This is a story about friendship- which Sebastian realizes when he’s not having any fun posing for pictures on his own!