|Author :||Bourdier, Emmanuel|
|Size :||8,7” x 11,5”|
|Additional specs :||Color throughout, laminated hardcover.|
|Price :||US $17.99 / CA $23.99|
● A brave book that examines what it’s like to have a parent in prison.
● A poetic text that shows us the small but important moments in one boy’s daily struggle.
● A book that is at once humorous and sad, showing the characters as fully realized, three dimensional individuals.
It’s visiting day, and Dad smells like peppermint – yuck! If only he would wear that nice, breezy cologne that smells like hazelnut…
So begins one boy’s brief weekly visit with his father in prison. Here’s a man who gets angry, but beneath that peppermint surface is much to admire, if only you take the time to look.
This richly imagined picture book explores the inner life of a boy who struggles to love a father who can be difficult to love at times.
Though they may only have brief visits together, it’s clear they love each other.
Here’s a book that bravely explores the all-too-hidden world of incarcerated parents. It’s also a beautiful testament to the power of love to bridge the walls that divide us.