By Tari White,Sotirios Vougiouklis
An inspirational tale of a tender woman who's now not so universal. she will speak with plants, animals and beings that no longer each person can see. She is helping others to be ok with themselves through sharing her skills. together with her center jam-packed with compassion, she indicates us that we're all attached to each other, regardless of how varied we are.
48 pages. 23 colour illustrations. Written for kids from eight to 108.
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