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My Breathing Earth

Original price was: $18.99.Current price is: $18.00.

Written by Paul Many, illustrated by Tisha Lee

It slips through my window each morning. It bounces our bubbles like little boats bobbing. It pulls the clouds aside so the smiling moon can light up my room.

In this poignant and lyrical tale, author Paul Many and artist Tisha Lee evoke the joy that a little girl experiences as she thrills to the beauty of what she calls “Earth’s breath”—the air surrounding her. Delightful illustrations draw readers through the girl’s vivid sensations of Earth’s breath from the time it flutters her eyelashes open in the morning until it cradles her as she sleeps at night. An author’s note provides fun facts about the atmosphere, as well as actions children may take to help their Earth breathe better. Perfect for gift-giving, this charming book is sure to become a treasured addition to any child’s library and will inspire the curious minds of young environmentalists and nature lovers alike.

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  • Format: Jacketed Hardcover
  • Pages: 36
  • Size: 8.2 X 10.6
  • Price: $17.99
  • Age Range: 4-8 years, PreK-3
  • Publication Date: August 01, 2023
  • ISBN: 9781953458629

Author Bio

Paul Many  has written three books for teens and three for younger readers as well as numerous short stories and poetry for adult audiences. His books have been a Los Angeles Times Best Children’s Book selection, selected for a statewide reading program and for the Read Aloud America program, and performed numerous times in a production that incorporates music and dance. They’ve been republished in paperback and translated into three languages and are found in libraries from Maine to Melbourne. He lives in Toledo, Ohio.

Tisha Lee is an artist living in California. She loved drawing from an early age, which later evolved into studying fine art and art history in college. She happily works out of a light-filled studio in her backyard with a few dogs at her feet. She mostly uses gouache and finds inspiration in the details and diversity of everyday life.