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萨利有一朵云 The Happiest Kid

$14.00

萨利是非常快乐的小女孩,她从来没有不开心的时候。可是有一天,她的生活中多了一片乌云。她很不喜欢这片乌云,她还会快乐起来吗?最后,她成功把乌云赶走了吗?

Sally is usually the happiest kid. She wakes up every morning with a bright sun shining over her bed, and she knows it’s going to be a good day. But one day she wakes up feeling different and there’s a gloomy cloud hanging over her instead. She doesn’t know why it’s there, but she doesn’t want anyone to see it—not her parents, not her teacher, and not her friends—so she hides it away. But as the day goes on, the cloud grows too big and heavy for her to carry, and Sally must find the courage to let it out.

In this sweet story, Sarah Bagley Steele, Elsa Pu Si Lo, and Clarice Cai offer a gentle reminder that everyone feels sad sometimes, and that’s okay.

About the Author

After a career producing theater, Sarah Bagley Steele turned her attention to her own writing and fell in love with the wonder of children’s books. When not writing stories, Sarah loves devising inventive activities for kids. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband, two children, and rascal puppy.

Elsa Pu Si Lo is an illustrator from Macau, China. She has a master’s degree in Children’s Book Illustration from Cambridge School of Art. As an animal lover, Elsa enjoys using gouache, crayons, and ink to create animal characters that are fun, funny, and full of energy.

Clarice Yunyi Cai is an artist based in Tokyo, Japan who does oil and experimental painting. When not working on her art, she is pursuing a PhD at Musashino Art University.

小男孩想要画出一幅顶顶可怕的怪兽图画——长长的绿舌头,尖尖的犄角,吓人的獠牙……你猜这样的小怪兽能吓唬到男孩的家人和朋友吗?屡次尝试失败的小男孩最后又创作了什么杰作呢?小艺术家们不如一起开动脑筋,助小男孩一臂之力吧!

A humorous celebration of imagination and creativity that invites kids to create their own monster masterpieces with everyday materials. Perfect for art lovers of all ages!

What’s the SCARIEST, MEANEST, most TERRIBLE monster you can imagine? For one child, every proper monster means a green tongue! Pointy horns! And definitely extra sharp teeth. But what’s a kid to do when the entire family thinks their monster drawings are “cute” and not frightening at all? Maybe monsters aren’t what this child previously thought—and it might just take some thinking outside the box to reveal surprising lessons about fears and perceptions.

Using found objects like buttons, cereal, string, along with traditional paints and fun cutouts, My Monsterpiece encourages children to pour over the details and look around them for materials that can be turned into art.

About the Author

Amalia Hoffman is an award-winning author and illustrator of many children’s books, including ALL COLORS, one of 2019 School Library Journal Best Board Books and DREIDEL DAY, a PJ Library Book. She is the author of THE BRAVE CYCLIST: THE TRUE STORY OF A HOLOCAUST HERO, a Junior Library Guild Gold Selection Book.
Amalia frequently tells her stories in schools, libraries and bookstores with puppets and props. She lives in Larchmont, New York.