Dimensions: 44 pages, 3.54 × 2.36 × 0.39 in
Published: August 1, 2014
Publisher: Simply Read Books
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1927018501
ISBN - 13: 9781927018507
Read from the Book
One day a tiny phoenix was born.
There was a big flame.
Then a nest of ash.
In the nest there was an egg.
Out of the egg hatched a bird. A magical bird.
His feathers were strong like the wind,
soft like the clouds,
and red and gold like the sun.
"I am tough.
I am strong.
My name is Flare!"
From the Publisher
Flare is a tough little phoenix. He never cries. But everyone needs
to cry sometimes. Will his guardians, Sun, Wind and Cloud, find a
way to show him how?
The second book in the Tiny Tails series provides comforting
reassurance that it''s okay to express our emotions.
About the Author
Kallie George is an author and editor living in Vancouver, BC. She
completed her Masters of Children's Literature at the University of
British Columbia in 2007. She is the co-creator of a series of
acclaimed board books, the Simply Small Series, by Paola Opal,
author of the art bookMr. M the Exploring Dreamerwith art
by Soizick Meister, and the author of the picture book,The
Melancholic Mermaidillustrated by Abigail Halpin. Her most
recent project, Clover''s Luck, Book 1 in the Magical Animal
Adoption series, will be published in Summer 2014, by
Disney-Hyperion. When she is not writing or editing, she's teaching
creative writing workshops through Capilano University and CWC
(Creative Writing for Children). www.kalliegeorge.com
Praise for The Melancholic Mermaid—also by Kallie George: Publisher''s Weekly: Bullying Resources, part of an Anti-Bullying Feature, recommends The Melancholic Mermaid ?”Ideally suited for children transitioning from picture books into shorter chapter books. George’s poetic rhythms perfectly capture the lulling melancholy of the seashore.” - Deakin Review? “The delicately detailed illustrations are filled with the bright and varied colors of the sea.” - Little One Books “The Melancholic Mermaid is a unique and beautiful story of rejection, friendship, and young love.” - CM Magazine, 4/4 stars, Highly Recommended “This unusually smart and sensitive story doesn’t shy away from revealing the lonely facts of life for misfits.” ForeWord Magazine Reviews “Make room next to The Little Mermaid and The Ugly Duckling. The Melancholic Mermaid deserves a spot on every child’s bookshelf.” ?Starred Review, Quill and Quire, “George’s narrative is ethereal and formal, with a voiceover quality that invests the artwork with cinematic flow.” - Kirkus “The Melancholic Mermaid is a perfect read-aloud for ages 4 and up, or for those who have always wished to meet a mermaid.” - The Faerie Magazine Praise and Awards for Genevieve Cote: Marilyn Baillie Award Winner, 2012 General Governor’s Award for Illustration, 2007 Elisabeth Mrazik-Cleaver Awar