A gorgeous picture book about a young penguin who learns that a mother's love is never too far away.
Jeanette Bradley studied painting at Indiana University and Children's Book Illustration at the Rhode Island School of Design. Along the way she also acquired a degree in urban planning. Jeanette's exuberant illustrations have won multiple awards, including the R. Michelson Gallery Emerging Artist Award. She currently lives in Rhode Island. Visit her online at jeanettebradley.com
"A poignant and high-quality picture book [about] dealing with separation anxiety." --School Library Journal "Should readily resonate with the children of working parents." --Publishers Weekly "Will provide both reassurance to children missing their own loved ones and ideas for staying connected." --Kirkus Reviews "A gentle story for the tiny about the difficulty of dealing with even a short, benign absence of a loved one . . . The internet may have made the world smaller, but this book will help console kids who know that FaceTime just isn't the same." --The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books