I'll Hold Your Hand (Hardcover)

I'll Hold Your Hand By Maggie C. Rudd, Elisa Chavarri (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Maggie C. Rudd, Elisa Chavarri (Illustrator)
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Description


This sweet picture book celebrates the unbreakable bond of a parent's support for a child though life's milestones, from learning to walk to the first day of school and all the highs and lows in between.

From the night you arrive to your first night away,
from learning to crawl to healing a broken heart,
and for all the highs and lows in between. . .
through every season, every challenge, and every joy, you are loved.

With sweet, lyrical text from Maggie C. Rudd and stunning art by Elisa Chavarri, I'll Hold Your Hand celebrates the unbreakable bond of family, and all the ways our actions can say “I love you” louder than words.

About the Author


Maggie C. Rudd is from rural North Carolina where she lives with her husband and two boys. When she isn't writing, she is teaching middle school, making forts, or outside getting muddy with her kids. She is the author of the picture book I'll Hold Your Hand.

Elisa Chavarri is the illustrator of numerous books for children, including Rainbow Weaver/Tejedora del Arcoiris and Federico and the Wolf. Originally from Lima, Peru, she did much of her growing up in Northern Michigan where she now resides with her husband and two small children whose little hands she loves to hold.

Praise For…


"A rhythmic reassurance of unconditional love worth reading time and again…and again." --Kirkus Reviews


Product Details
ISBN: 9780374314132
ISBN-10: 0374314136
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Publication Date: February 8th, 2022
Pages: 40
Language: English

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