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Share Your Rainbow: 18 Artists Draw Their Hope for the Future (Paperback)

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By Various, R. J. Palacio (Introduction by)
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Description


When the storm subsides and the sun comes out, don't forget to look for the rainbow!

Inspired by kids across the country displaying rainbows in their windows, acclaimed illustrators come together to imagine everything these rainbows represent: caring for one another, and our hopes for the future. In this collection of eighteen scenes, readers will lick an ice cream cone, swim in the ocean, cuddle close with cousins, and celebrate a birthday with a party full of friends and family. Each spread has a hidden rainbow for kids to find!

An introduction by R. J. Palacio, New York Times bestselling author of Wonder, reminds us that rainbows have always been symbols of hope, and that as fleeting as a rainbow may seem, we can always look for the next one--in the sky, on the sidewalk, and in a window.

100% of net proceeds from the sale of this book will go to World Central Kitchen, using the power of food to help our communities weather this storm.

About the Author


Contributors:
Introduction by R. J. Palacio

Brian Biggs - Cátia Chien - Vashti Harrison - Molly Idle - Sarah Jacoby - Claire Keane - Corinna Luyken - Magdalena Mora - Oge Mora - Elise Parsley - Jerome & Jarrett Pumphrey - Adam Rex - Isabel Roxas - Dan Santat - Laura Vaccaro Seeger - Bob Shea - Lane Smith - Divya Srinivasan - Shannon Wright

Praise For…


“The words pandemic and Covid-19 never appear in this moving collection…. But each spread, inspired by the handmade rainbows that children have placed in windows during quarantine, carries the same unmistakable promise: social distancing will end, and individuals will be able to gather again.” –Publisher’s Weekly

Product Details
ISBN: 9780593375211
ISBN-10: 0593375211
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: August 11th, 2020
Pages: 40