Since their meeting, Squirrel couldn’t get him off her mind. When she thought about him, it was all cloudy, she lost her voice, she had butterflies in her tummy… Her secret went out to the far reaches of the woods and, although many thought it was madness, when autumn came…
Javier Sobrino presents a charming and curious love story insinuating that differences do not constitute difficulties in relationships. Using woodland animals as a resource to connect the youngest readers, the text uses a universal language, that of affection, to speak to little children about love and of how to cope with feelings.
Elena Odriozola offers us once again a sample of her illustrative style, powerfully evocative, subtle and delicate, that perfectly connects with the poetic text. An album with no age limit to speak of love.
Text by Javier Sobrino
Illustrations by Elena Odriozola
Translation by Mark W. Heslop