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Two Children’s Books from Around the World about Love and Loss

Two Children's Books from Around the World about Love and Loss

Dadaji’s Paintbrush is a story set in India about a boy and his Grandfather. They share a love of painting and even gather other children in their village for painting parties and lessons. One day, Grandfather passes and his Grandson is too sad to paint again or even use his Grandfathers paintbrush that was passed onto him. Then a village girl asks for help and he grabs his Grandfathers paintbrush to teach her and reignites his painting passion again. He finally feels that his Grandfather is present and by his side. This is a sweet story about loss and love.

Dadaji’s Paintbrush is published by Levine Querido Publishing and written by Rashmi Sirdeshpande, a British Indian writer. You can find this book on Amazon.

Mr. Coats is a fun story about a man who is incurably cold all the time. As he begins to pile vibrant coat on top of coats, he gets too big to fit inside his own home. He resorts to just finding shelter within his many coat layers. One day he is loaded on a truck and taken somewhere of a surprise. It is in his new location he finds Mrs. Coats. She is just like him and they begin taking off their layers of coats so they can get closer to each other. Eventually, they find warmth in their love and companionship.

Mr. Coats is also published by Levine Querido Publishing and written by Sieb Posthuma, a Dutch Author. You can find this book on Amazon.

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