Thursday, September 23, 2021

"What's Today For? a bookwrap



What's Today For? 

by Jesse Humann

Illustrated by Federico Van Lunter


* Ages:  4-7

* Grade Level:  PS-2

* Length:  32 pages

* Publisher:  Clavis Publication

* Pub. Date:  September 21, 2021

* Language:  English

Unwrapping Some Illustrations for you

The Book 

How can you make your world a better place?  You can believe in your mind and your heart that you are enough.  When you get up every day you can administer kindness to all the things around you because you are enough and you love who you are. 

This sweet book encourages you not only to look forward to a beautiful day ahead but embrace all the things that come your way as you journey through it.  What's today for?  It's for:  cloudy skies and raindrops that make the grass happy, remembering how much love you have in your heart, drinking tea, being with friends and being with flowers as flowers never worry about growing crooked or getting enough sunshine, just to name a few.  All these things are engaging and enjoyable because you are enough. 

The illustrations are gorgeous.  They are detailed and the characters are adorable.  This inspiring book is a one of self-acceptance and being an ambassador of peace.  I highly, highly recommend it.  

Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS! 


Meet the Author

Jessy Humannhas always believed that words matter, and if she's certain about anything in this world it’s about the power of words and how they can make people feel. She loves the feeling that comes from reading a beautiful piece of writing, and she loves the contentment she feels when she writes from the heart. For her, life is about how much love she has in her heart and what it takes to get her there. She hopes that the words she writes can create small moments full of joy, love, and inspiration for everyone that reads them. May they help those who are moved by words put their hearts back into place.

About the Illustrator

Federico Van Lunter is a Belgian illustrator. There’s beauty everywhere. Art, friends, and family: he always tries to surround himself with things that make him smile and people that make him love. And this constant lust for joy and happiness also shines through in his illustrations. Whether it’s in bright colors or in dark details, in still lines, or in lively typography: he hopes his work encourages people to open up. To experiences, to others, to themselves. Because there’s beauty everywhere.

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