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Little Cheetah's Shadow

Marianne Dubuc

$17.95

     7.5 × 9.85 in (19.1 × 25.0 cm)
Hardcover With Jacket
30 pages
15 color illustrations
Publication date: 04/07/2020
Rights: North America
ISBN: 9781616898403


Little Cheetah's shadow is missing. When Little Cheetah finds him and learns that Little Shadow is sad because he never gets to go first, Little Cheetah is happy to switch places. As they travel about their neighborhood, Little Cheetah is surprised to learn how hard it can be to follow. Eventually they decide that walking side-by-side is much better, and when they go through a scary tunnel on the way home, they discover they can face the dark together. Little Cheetah's Shadow is a sweet tale of friendship, empathy, and the importance of seeing things from a different perspective, rendered in Marianne Dubuc's warm and inviting illustrations.


Marianne Dubuc is an award-winning author and illustrator of fifteen picture books, including Otto and Pio and Up the Mountain Path. Beloved by children around the world, her books have been translated into more than twenty-five languages. She lives in Montreal, Quebec, with her husband and their two children.


Editorial Reviews

Kirkus Reviews:

"A shadowy revelation makes for a gentle story about friendship and understanding. These empathetic characters make thoughtful efforts to gain perspective and understand each other in this earnest and sweet story. Dubuc's colored pencil-and-watercolor illustrations on spacious, uncluttered spreads depict a tiny, intimate village of anthropomorphized creatures; Little Cheetah's home is particularly cozy. What compassion looks like--without a shadow of a doubt."

hA25


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