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Dear Wild Child: You Carry Your Home Inside You (Hardcover)

Dear Wild Child: You Carry Your Home Inside You By Wallace J. Nichols, Wallace Grayce Nichols, Drew Beckmeyer (Illustrator) Cover Image
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Description


From authors Wallace J. Nichols and Wallace Grayce Nichols and illustrator Drew Beckmeyer, Dear Wild Child is a picture book inspired by a letter from a father to his daughter about wildfire, loss, and learning that we carry our homes inside us wherever we go.
 
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, he 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.
 
“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
 
Includes a note from the authors on climate change

 

About the Author


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

Praise For…


"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


Product Details
ISBN: 9781951836467
ISBN-10: 1951836464
Publisher: Cameron Kids
Publication Date: August 9th, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: English