How will you know what’s possible if you don’t try?
This is a story for anyone who has ever felt like a beginner, or had doubts, or worried they weren’t good enough. It’s a story for those who have experienced the pain of trying something new and not having it turn out as they had hoped.
With alluring black-and-white illustrations and a powerful message, this captivating book celebrates the way failure is just the beginning of the journey. This beautiful tale is about how failure has so much to offer—lessons that help us learn, grow, and discover all the amazing things we can do.
- Written by the author of the New York Times best seller What Do You Do With an Idea?
- An inspiring tale for all ages about the beautiful process of learning and growing
- A creative way to help children explore the power of a growth mindset
- Cover features gold metallic inks and a dust jacket
Kobi Yamada is a New York Times best-selling author, the creator of many inspiring books, and the president of Compendium, a company of amazing people doing amazing things. Kobi feels grateful to share his life with his gregarious family in the Pacific Northwest where he can hope, dream, create--and yes, even fail¬¬.
Elise Hurst is an Australian fine artist, illustrator and author, specializing in books for children. Her most recent book was the illustrated edition of The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman, and Girl on Wire by Lucy Estela, which was shortlisted for the Children's Book Council of Australia 2019 Awards. She lives in a house full of books and paintings. From her studio, where black pens and oil paints spill across the desk, magical worlds leap into being. Like something out of Beatrix Potter or Narnia, her friends are rabbits and bears, lions and tigers--and they all have a story to share.
Target Age: ALL AGES
Pub Date: December 15, 2020
0.3" H x 10.6" L x 9.0" W