Sunday, September 11, 2022

Dear Wild Child: You Carry Your Home Inside You Book Blitz & Giveaway

 

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"The art echoes the text’s emphasis on beauty rather than loss. . .In the event’s aftermath, the affecting story’s tone remains openhearted, concluding with sentiments that encourage resilience and reflect on the nature of home."

―Publishers Weekly

"It’s a touching sentiment that reminds readers of all ages that our lives are defined not by our material possessions but by the memories we make... Intricate and emotional."

―Kirkus Reviews

In the shade of ancient redwood trees, by a creek, not far from the ocean, a father builds a house for his newborn daughter, where she grows up wild and strong in their coastal canyon home. When a wildfire takes back their beloved house, a father writes his now-grown daughter a letter telling her it’s gone. Inspired by the real letter the author wrote his daughter, this poignant story—written together by father and daughter—joyfully declares that a home is more than just wood and stone; it is made of love and can never be taken away. You carry home with you wherever you go.

About the Author & Illustrator

Wallace Grayce Nichols is a student of sustainable design, problem solver, and water lover. Her father, 

Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, is a marine biologist and the author of the bestselling book Blue Mind: The Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Connected, and Better at What You Do. Home is the slow coast of California. Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Drew Beckmeyer is a fine artist, illustrator, and elementary school teacher. He lives in Northern California. Website | Instagram


The Giveaway will be live from 12:01am ET 9/12 to 11:59pm ET 9/25. 10 winners will receive a hardcover of Dear Wild Child. US/Can only. Buy the Book

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5 comments:

  1. I love that this is a father-daughter collaboration!

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  2. I would love this for my kids.

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  3. Such a beautifully told story in both words and art.

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  4. DEAR WILD CHILD would be a wonderful book to have for my family or niece or nephew. twinkle at optonline dot net

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