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An exquisite, thought-provoking book to help children understand the idea of ever-changing emotions.
 
Rowan loves the river; it’s just like he is. On some days, it’s quiet and calm, on others it’s light and playful, and then there are the days when it roars along, wild and angry. But when Rowan goes through a particularly difficult winter, the river freezes – just like Rowan. Can Rowan find a way to release his frozen feelings, and allow the river to flow freely once more?
 
The wise and reassuring new picture book from the creator of The Invisible and Ruby's Worry.

Other books by Tom Percival:

The Sea Saw
The Invisible

Tom Percival had an unconventional childhood in a remote and beautiful part of South Shropshire and these formative years are almost certainly what first got him interested in writing and drawing. After trying a few cities on for size, he decided that deep down he had always been a country boy and now he lives on the edge of Rodborough Common in Gloucestershire with his girlfriend and their two sons. He is the author-illustrator of many much-loved picture books including Perfectly Norman and Ruby's Worry (Bloomsbury) and The Sea Saw and The Invisible (Simon & Schuster), and also writes and illustrates young fiction.

 

More books from this author: Tom Percival