A Picture Book



ISBN: 9781990252143 Categories: ,

Nadine Robert


An inspiring story about decision-making and self-trust when you’re all alone, by critically acclaimed creators Nadine Robert and Qin LengAround Clover’s family’s goat farm, there are plenty of things to do on any given day, from picking blueberries to collecting clams. But making decisions, even choosing something to do, is a great source of hesitation for young Clover—that is, until one day, when the child’s beloved goat, Peony, wanders too far from the farm. In order to bring Peony back home safely, Clover will have to learn to act quickly and decisively.By showing Clover in a desperate situation, author Nadine Robert and illustrator Qin Leng demonstrate the importance of decision-making in early childhood. Clover’s newfound independence serves as inspiration for young readers to summon their own sense of confidence and self-reliance.

Additional information

Weight 472 g
Dimensions 20 x 25.6 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 6 July 2023
Number of pages 64
Format Hardback
Contributors Illustrated by Qin Leng
Dimensions 20 x 25.6 cm
Weight 472 g


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Nadine Robert began her career as a video-game designer and director of animated films. As the founder of the publishing house Comme des géants, she has always had a strong passion for illustrated children’s books that have a powerfully built narrative approach combined with strong images. Her recent book, On the Other Side of the Forest, was named a Best Book of the Year by Kirkus Reviews and a New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children’s Book. She lives in Montréal with her family. Qin Leng was born in Shanghai and now lives in Toronto, where she works as a designer and illustrator. Her numerous picture books have earned her an Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature and nominations for several other prizes, including a USBBY Outstanding International Book, a Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award, and the prestigious Governor General’s Literary Award.