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A Lion’s Mane

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We are working on a new edition (same ISBN). You will receive an email confirming your order. Thank you for supporting an independent publisher and for joining us in celebrating the third printing of A Lion’s Mane and a newly revised edition! There is so much we have learned about representation in children’s books over the years, so it was important to reflect those understandings as we continue this work. We are also working to ensure the use of responsibly sourced paper for all our products and that takes real investment in our values. Thank you for your patience!

(Please do consider our stockists page to find a copy while we work on the next print run).

By Navjot Kaur; Illustrated by Jaspreet Sandhu
Using the metaphor of a lion’s mane, readers join a character’s quest of self-discovery. The narrative flows alongside the red fabric of a dastaar, connecting the character’s identity to so many cultures from around the world. This journey is a celebration of difference. Each page turn invites you to adjust your lens, and discover more about what the lion represents to peoples of the world. “When we learn something new, it makes each of us stronger.”

Skipping Stones Honor Book Award Winner for Multicultural and International Awareness.

 

More Details:
Size: 9.25” x 10”
Pages: 32 pages
Format: Hardcover
Publication: First published September 2009
REVISED EDITION September 2019
Trade Price: $21.50/Contact us for US/UK wholesale orders
Printed on responsibly sourced paper

ISBN: 978-0-9812412-0-3

Features: An advanced picture book to inspire big ideas
Glossary and Pronunciation Guide
NEW! Advanced features in revised edition – coming soon!
Themes: Courage, Acceptance, Empathy, Friendship, Respect
Categories to launch discussion: Identity, Philosophy, Citizenship, People and Places, Social Studies, Geography and Cultures, Peace Education, #OwnVoices, Diversity

Teacher’s Guide Available on request