My Heart (Hardcover)

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My Heart (Hardcover)

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Another wonderous picture book by a new favorite author, with a beautiful ode to the human heart. Recommended by Jeanette

— From Staff Picks for Little Kids

From the author-illustrator of The Book of Mistakes comes a gorgeous picture book about caring for your own heart and living with kindness and empathy.

My heart is a window. My heart is a slide. My heart can be closed...or opened up wide.

Some days your heart is a puddle or a fence to keep the world out. But some days it is wide open to the love that surrounds you.

With lyrical text and breathtaking art, My Heart empowers all readers to listen to the guide within in this ode to love and self-acceptance.
Corinna Luyken grew up in different cities along the West Coast, and after studying at Middlebury College, she settled in Washington State, where she draws inspiration from nature, her family, and the human form.

Product Details ISBN: 9780735227934
ISBN-10: 0735227934
Publisher: Rocky Pond Books
Publication Date: January 8th, 2019
Pages: 32
Language: English
New York Times bestseller
Pacific Northwest Bookseller Association Book Award

★ "Soothing, simple phrasing and masterful printmaking harness metaphors to make a heart’s complexity accessible to children just recognizing its many manifestations . . . Sensitive, stunning words and pictures speak directly to young hearts." —Kirkus, starred review

★ "This must-buy for librarians and teachers has myriad educational uses; it begs to be read aloud, and it is a masterful blending of text and illustration." —School Library Journal, starred review

"Rhyming verse and sweet-tempered artwork by Luyken explore childhood emotions through images of the heart . . .  Flashes of brilliant yellow illuminate smudgy black-and-white drawings, and heart forms can be found everywhere, in ironwork, tiny seedlings, and stars. The abstract nature of Luyken’s meditation will draw readers receptive to thoughtful examination." —Publishers Weekly