|Author :||Loske, Judith|
|Illustrator :||Loske, Judith|
|Size :||22 x 29,3 cm|
|Additional specs :||Colour throughout. Laminated hardcover|
• A true story about grief, hope and the terrible side of nuclear power.
• Beautifully retold and illustrated by Judith Loske.
• Looks behind the symbol of the paper crane as a sign of peace and hope and why they are sent to Hiroshima and Fukushima.
Sadako is ill.
She hears of a Japanese legend which says that a person who folds 1,000 paper cranes is granted a wish. Hoping to recover she starts folding cranes.
This is the story of a girl from Hiroshima.