Apples and Butterflies by Shauntay Grant

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Apples and Butterflies is a gentle, lyrical poem about a family's autumn vacation that shows Prince Edward Island in a light we don't often see—the "bright blue and orange light" of fall. Tamara Thiébaux-Heikalo's rich and wild illustrations build a narrative with the text, depicting the family beachcombing, flying kites and picking apples. Shauntay Grant's award-winning poetry makes readers long to go with her and conveys the wide-open space of the island.
 

About Shauntay Grant

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Shauntay Grant is an award-winning writer, spoken word performer, broadcast journalist, and musician. She was Halifax's third poet laureate (2009-2010) and is the author of The City Speaks in Drums. Shauntay lives in Halifax. Tamara Thiébaux-Heikalo has drawn and painted all her life, and is the illustrator of six previous books for children, including
 
Published March 1, 2013 by Nimbus Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction