Isaac Newton said "We build too many walls and not enough bridges."

If you would like to instill in youth today the value of building bridges, not walls, buy this book for your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Donate a few more to your local school! There are precious few contemporary children's books that hold such depth in a story as good as The Kingdom of Mine.  

The Kingdom of Mine

By Gary Edwards, Illustrated by Masako Dunn

ISBN 9780983404613
6.75 x 9.25 inches, 
46 pages
7 to 9-years-old and beyond!
A child's first chapter book!

Beautifully-bound, hardcover picture book with jacket
IPPY Award Bronze Medalist

What if a king thinks he owns everything in his kingdom, including the wild animals, birds, and even the clouds? Here is a timeless, beautifully illustrated tale about a young king who means well but acts impulsively and builds a wall to the clouds that nearly destroys the land he loves.

This story engages children of all ages as they watch how the king’s well-intended plans go terribly wrong. All are relieved when the king’s eyes are opened and he announces his plan to restore wholeness to the land. As one six-year-old said, “I like the way everything heals.”

Read review on Publishers Weekly

A few spreads

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