|Author :||Loske, Judith|
|Illustrator :||Loske, Judith|
|Size :||8,7” x 11,5”|
|Additional specs :||Color throughout. Laminated hardcover|
|Price :||US $18.99 / CA $22.99|
• A classic story of hope and struggle, brought to beautiful life through Judith Loske’s retelling.
• A true story about a survivor of Hiroshima that delves into hope, grief, and the deadly long-term effects of nuclear weapons.
• Explains the symbol of the paper crane as a sign of peace and hope, and why these origami cranes are sent to Hiroshima and Fukushima even today.
Sadako was there when the blast happened. She was just two years old, and all she remembers is ash and darkness. Years later, when she becomes ill, she learns the legend that someone who folds 1,000 paper cranes will have his or her wish granted. Hoping to recover from her illness, she begins to fold...
This is a true story from a brave witness to Hiroshima that will move readers of all ages.