Sunday Jul 19, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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You can purchase a copy of The Climbing Tree through our new website here: https://www.powerhousebookstores.com/book/9781576879344 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Book:
The Climbing Tree is an eloquent, poetic fable with a timeless message about growing up, sibling rivalry, and the love between brothers.
Little Brother wants to follow Big Brother up the branches of the Climbing Tree, but Mom tells him he has to wait until he’s older. When he’s finally big enough to go up, Little Brother makes a difficult discovery: no matter how high he climbs, Big Brother will always be a branch ahead. In their make-believe world within the tree, the brothers grow and transform into majestic birds, mountains, and even celestial bodies, yet Little Brother still can’t help but feel…less when compared to Big Brother. Will the two ever be able to share the same space?
About the Author:
John Stith is a children’s book author based in Southern California. He holds a B.A. in Government & History from the University of Virginia, a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and a Certificate in Sustainable Business from the University of Virginia’s McIntire Business Institute. The Climbing Tree is his first picture book.
About the Illustrator:
Yuliya Pieletskaya was born in Odessa, Ukraine, but spent the later half of her childhood in Upstate New York. She graduated in 2012 from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a double major in design and business. Like many artists, she finds nature and animals a cherished source of inspiration. She currently lives in Chicago, Illinois with her husband and two bunnies, Marnie and Ham. When she is not working you can find her in a city park checking up on the ever-expanding wild bunny population of Chicago.