Young people’s literature is so vital to growth because it provides an essential appreciation of their cultural experience. It offers guidance through coming of age transitions and greatly impacts their emotional intelligence. It brings them a sense of belonging and helps them to navigate many of the changing dynamics on their quest to identify their passions.
In his initial release, author Ian Miles delivers a very heartfelt piece, written after the passing of his father. The story is a compilation of memories through the eyes of his daughter. The storyline is a celebration of the life and legacy that his father established for their family. A brilliant young autistic artist designed the book’s illustrations, inspired by the narrative and a few father-granddaughter photographs.