The Paper-Flower Tree
Written and Illustrated by Jacqueline Ayer
The Paper-Flower Tree captures the persistent, stubborn hope of young people. Ayer’s bold use of colors brings the people and ancient rural villages of Thailand to vivid life.
10” X 7.8”
"A warm and whimsically illustrated parable about the moral courage of withstanding cynicism and the generative power of the affectionate imagination…" - Maria Papova, Brain Pickings
"Blocks of color, and fine lines alternating with crosshatching and patches of rough pencil, give a mystical feeling to this lovely tale from Southeast Asia." - Meghan Cox Gurdon, The Wall Street Journal
”Ayer's bold use of primary colors and the thoughtfully and uniquely crafted faces of the villagers deliver readers directly into Miss Moon's Thai community...” - Lauren Younger, New York Public Library, School Library Journal
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