Blue flower by Sonya Hartnett and Gabriel Evans

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Blue Flower is a gentle and poignant story of one child’s desire to find their place in the world. School is not always automatically the right fit for all students. They may not be the funniest, the loudest, the fastest or the smartest. They may be the quietest, the shyest and that child who struggles to find a friend. Having a caring and understanding parent can make a child’s tumultuous journey so much more bearable. A parent can help a child to understand that feeling and being different is to be embraced and celebrated.

A beautifully illustrated story which will resonate with both adults and children alike.

Themes: School, Wellbeing, Differences, Feelings, Family.

Kathryn Beilby