Why we love it:
This is a rather special thought-provoking one. Especially in a city where most people are tively writes about the people who are residing just above, below or beside us, and yet what a mystery they are. We love that little suspense, that thoughtful trigger, that spark of questions that this book might just ignite in the minds of our little ones.
It gives the subtle a more obvious stance. How what we seem to be aware of is also something we don't know anything about. We love how it makes us ponder about some things that we take for granted.
"This book explores the ways that we think about those we exist among, but who remain strangers until we make the brave—and affirming—decision to connect." - Chronicle Books /44 pages