A resonant story of two friends trying to maintain their relationship from afar with dazzling results, filled with wishes, curiosity, and bravery. From award-winning author-illustrator Julia Denos.
She was made of blood and bones, and he was made of space and stars.
Back in a time when there were still students of the stars, there were two friends, Acamar and Eridani.
Eridani was a star pupil studying the night skies, and Acamar . . . well, he was made of the stuff she studied.
In a star-crossed twist of fate, these long-distance friends find they've wished themselves into unexpected new worlds.
Filled with stardust and moonglow, this cosmic adventure shows us how even the most brilliant wishes can have a mind of their own-and that true friendship can endure, despite time and space.
Author Bio:Julia Denos is the author of the multi-awarded picture book Windows, as well as Here and Now, both illustrated by E.B. Goodale, and is author/illustrator of Swatch: The Girl Who Loved Color, her author/illustrator debut, which was a 2016 ALA Notable selection. She is the illustrator of Margaret Cardillo's Just Being Audrey and Just Being Jackie, as well as I Had a Favorite Dress by Boni Ashburn. Inspired by her love of nature, words, and watercolor, she lives and works in coastal Massachusetts.
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★ "Get lost in the stars in this gorgeous tale of friendship and astronomy." -Kirkus, starred review
★ "Author-illustrator Denos weaves a tale of celestial friendship full of wonder and discovery." -Booklist, starred review
★ "Denos's watercolor, India ink, salt, graphite, pastels and digital paint illustrations are rapturous, featuring stunning hues of rich blue, green and purple . . . . heavenly." -Shelf Awareness, starred review
- Julia Denos
- Children's / Teenage fiction & true stories
- Publication Date
- 09 Nov 2020
- Dewey Code
- 813.6 (edition:23)
- Hardback original
- Media Format
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