Rosie and her pup, named Crayon, lead readers through the colorful seasons of growing up together and what it means to love . . . and then experience loss. After a long, colorful life, Crayon dies, and Rosie's world becomes black and white. We follow along as she processes her grief and embarks on the most important journey of all -- opening one's heart to love again
Deborah Marcero received her BFA in drawing and photography from the University of Michigan, and her MFA in poetry from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her debut children's picture book, Ursa's Light, received a Starred Review from Booklist, which described it as ''a visual standout.'' Rosie and Crayon is Deborah's second Peter Pauper Press picture book.
- 34 pages
- Hardcover with dust jacket
- 8-3/4 inches wide by 11-1/4 inches high