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What Is a River? — by Monika Vaicenavičienė

$17.95 USD

What Is a River? approaches the inquiry at its heart from all sides and angles, creating a richly imagined story woven of many answers, rather than a single explanation.

A river is a thread, a home, a meeting place, a mystery, a name. This beautifully illustrated nonfiction picture book gives space to answers both conceptual and factual.  

What is a river?”, an inquisitive young girl asks her grandmother as the pair sits together on the river’s banks. Like many questions posed by curious children, this one is deceptively simple in its asking. Yet, its answer spans the very world itself: geography and history, science and religion, industry and environmentalism.

Through author-illustrator Monika Vaicenavičienė’s eyes, What Is a River? shows how the river is a vessel for enormous complexity, a lens through which the interconnectedness of our shared earth can be understood.

THE DETAILS


Format: New, Hardcover Picture Book

Published: March 30, 2021

Publisher: Enchanted Lion Books

ISBN: 9781592702794

Pages: 48

Dimensions: 11.25" (W) x 1.04" (D) x 11.3" (L)

Rating: ★★★★★ (See Contact Us /FAQs for more information)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Author-illustrator Monika Vaicenavičienė graduated from the Konstfack Art School in Sweden. What Is a River? is her debut picture book. In making the art for the book, she used a variety of materials, including pencils, watercolors, gouache, and digital tools.