Join a group of adventurous children on their ever-changing journey across the sea in this delightfully illustrated book that playfully teaches impermanence, change, and acceptance.
Enjoy things with pleasure and do let them go, And grow into life—let it flow, flow, flow, flow.
Four children set off on a magical voyage of imagination. Along the way, to no destination in particular, they meet walrus ice cream vendors, lemurs and tigers living in harmony, helpful octopi and more. As the scenery changes, our travelers learn to go with the flow, welcoming each new experience for what it is in the moment, and accepting when those experiences drift away, to be replaced with a whole new adventure.
Children (and adults) will get lost in the detailed and whimsical illustrations, discovering something new each time they read this book. As the characters experience constantly changing settings, readers will begin to better understand the impermanence of life, and how wondrous it can be.
Andrée Salom has been a clinical art therapist for over twelve years. She is a founding member of the Colombian Art Therapy Association and an advocate for the development of art therapy in Colombia. Andree works with both adults and children to open creative paths for health and development through mindfulness, art, and emotional education. She is the author of a number of children's books in Spanish and lives in Bogota, Colombia. She’s also the author of When The Anger Ogre Visits.
Ivette Salom is a professional illustrator. She earned her MFA at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA. She has illustrated and authored a number of children's books and has provided spot illustrations for The New York Times and The Miami Herald, among others. She’s also the illustrator of When The Anger Ogre Visits, and My New Best Friend, both from Wisdom Publications.