Wild Trails to the Sea (pb)

Penelope Jackson

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ISBN: 9781774712733

Wild Trails to the Sea (pb)

  Author:   Penelope Jackson  
  Artist :   Elena Skoreyko Wagner    
  Publisher:  Nimbus Publishing Limited

A tender story celebrating the natural world and our place within it, featuring lyrical verse and bold, tactile paper-collage illustrations.

A tender and lyrical story celebrating the natural world and our place within it, Wild Trails to the Sea follows a coastal family as seasons change and children grow. With a hopeful refrain, a parent shares their dreams for their young ones, urging them to pay attention to every bit of magic the world has to offer, from watching a mayflower bloom to skipping pebbles on an icy pond, encouraging a lifelong love of natural spaces.

Told in gentle free-verse with luminous, tactile illustrations, this nostalgic story celebrates raising children in the great outdoors and will leave them enchanted with the lemon-burst of spruce tips, the steam of saltwater bonfires, and white rocks as vast as the moon.

The debut children’s picture book by celebrated Halifax-based editor and co-author of Amazing Atlantic Canadian Women and York-based, Nova Scotia–born paper-collage artist Elena Skoreyko Wagner, Wild Trails to the Sea is a love letter to the earth, the sky, and the se—and to their future stewards.

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781774712733
Item NB1660
PublisherNimbus Publishing Limited
PublisherNimbus Publishing Limited
Published on April 23 2024
Language ENG
Pages 32
Format Paperback
Dimensions9(in) x 8(in)
Shipping weight0(g)
Status NOT YET PUBLISHED
Penelope Jackson is the co-author, with Melinda McCracken, of Papergirl, a middle-grade novel about the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919. An editor and ghostwriter of children’s and adult books for almost twenty years, Penelope is also a songwriter and gardener. She lives with her family in Halifax.

Elena Skoreyko Wagner is a Canadian illustrator and paper collage artist living in York, UK. Her work has appeared in Flow magazine, the New York Times online and Brain Pickings. Elena's work typically comprises lovingly collected paper scraps imbued with their own histories, assembled to illustrate intimate stories and experiences. Her work focuses on ordinary life, celebrating the wonder and magic that exist there.? Elena lives in a wonky Victorian terraced house with her German husband, three kids, and countless DIY projects