Window of Hope

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A moving, inspirational story about compassion and accepting differences.

A disabled girl finds comfort and love in a bird with one leg. Max is not interested in the bird because it’s broken. But when the bird performs different tricks to get Max’s attention, she soon realises that the bird is special.

This book will show children that bad times and having a handicap does not mean the end of possibilities. Children can learn about resilience and the wonderful relationship with animals, even with disabilities. They can ask questions needed to process their own trauma through this story, offering some inspiration in the process.

SPECIFICATIONS: 238 x 238 mm | 9.5 x 9.5 inches | Hardback | 32 Pages

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Author – Robert Vescio is a published children’s author. His picture books include, Bigger Than Yesterday, Smaller Than Tomorrow (Little Pink Dog Books), Finn and Puss (EK Books), Eric Finds A Way (Wombat Books) listed on the NSW, VIC and QLD Premier’s Reading Challenge for 2018.

Robert is a Books In Homes Role Model and enjoys visiting schools. His aim is to enthuse and inspire children to read and write and leave them bursting with imaginative ideas.

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Illustrator – Demelsa Haughton – With a lifelong love of traditional stories, and anything magical or supernatural, Demelsa is influenced by stories far removed from real life and endeavours to capture this in her paintings. She loves to create a sense of possibility in her work. Demelsa lives in the UK with her 3 children and her wonderfully supportive teacher partner.

She has illustrated two picture books with animal rights publisher Tusk Books, and a book full of fairytales, Jolis Contes d’Andersen, with Fleurus.

Just Kids Lit
Window of Hope poignantly casts promise and a valuable perception that disability is only a state of mind. Just stunning – literally, visually, emotionally.” Click here to view

Dimity Powell’s Blog
“exquisite tale about one little girl’s seclusion and isolation from the rest of world.” Click here to read in full.

Reading Time  
Robert Vescio’s words weave a wonderful story about how even with a disability life is still open to possibilities  Click here to view

Pinerolo reviewed
“This touching story about hope and friendship, with its gentle and ethereal digital illustrations, will inspire readers.”