Experience the beauty, joy, and poetry of universal human experiences through this gorgeously illustrated, lavishly packaged book—perfect for readers of all ages.
Do you remember the crystal whiteness of winter, the green growth of spring, the magical potential of twilight? Do you remember the worlds we discovered in books and stories, in the great outdoors, and in our own imaginations? Now readers of all ages can experience these indescribable feelings over and over through evocative artwork and concise text by Norway’s most popular illustrator, Lisa Aisato. This lavish book—perfect for both children’s home libraries and adults’ coffee tables—features a selection of Aisato’s classics as well as never-before-seen paintings depicting the full range of human existence. Aisato’s own family comes from Norway and Gambia, and her illustrations depict characters from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Lisa Aisato is Norway's most popular and well-known illustrator. She has written six children’s books of her own and illustrated the books of many well-known authors. Her picture book Odd Is An Egg was adapted into an animated short and won the Jury Prize at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. Her books have been translated into more than 20 languages.