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Hello!

By Hollis Kurman
Illustrated by Stephane-Yves Barroux

Unusual, highly original – a 1 to 10 counting book celebrating cultural diversity, and centred on themes of migration, refuge and inclusivity.

What if a place got so scary that we had to run away? Hold my hand and count to ten – Together we'll make it better again!

  • Endorsed by Amnesty International and Reporters without Borders
  • "In simple, appropriate, accessible terms, Hello: A Counting Book of Kindnesses, helps today's children understand the welcome that tomorrow's refugees will need." - Ken Roth, Executive Director, Human Rights Watch

About the author

Hollis Kurman writes poetry and children’s stories. Hello! A Counting Book of Kindnesses, illustrated by Barroux and published by Otter-Barry Books, is Hollis’ debut picture book. Her poems (one nominated for a Pushcart Prize) have been published in multiple journals. When not writing, Hollis moderates literary events and is Chairperson of the Ivy Circle Netherlands; Supervisory Board member of Save the Children NL; member of the Fulbright Board NL; Founder of the Human Rights Watch NL Committee and member of HRW Women’s Rights Advisory Council. She was born in New York but lives in an old canal house in Amsterdam with her Dutch husband.

About the illustrator

Barroux was born in Paris and grew up in Morocco. He is author and illustrator of many books, published all over the world, and children in need are a special theme of his. From the 2005 Enfantasie Award to the English PEN Award and the Prix Médecins Sans Frontières in 2015, he has won numerous honours and awards. His books include Line of Fire with Michael Morpurgo, and Alpha with Bessora, as well as picture books for younger children including Where's the Elephant? and Welcome!

ISBN: 9781913074999
Imprint: Otter-Barry Books
Distributor: Walker Australia-HEDS
Binding: Hardback
Release Date: August 1, 2020
Dimensions: 249 x 350mm, 32pp
Stock Status: Confirmed
Australian RRP: $24.99
New Zealand RRP: $29.99
Stock Level: In Stock

Last updated on 03/08/20 at 00:15:35
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