William was a happy little boy who lived with his parents in a green house with a lovely little garden, decorated with paper flowers. But one day everything changed. It was as if he’d been torn in two and turned into two different kids: one who went with his dad, and another who stayed with his mom.
Through the Eyes of a Child reminds us of the importance of communicating, and that after a change in a family’s structure, a child can feel whole” again and grow up happily . . . even though his parents have separated.
Lexile Level 940L Guided Reading Level M
Jimena Licitra is a translator, editor and teacher with 16 years' experience specializing in quality assurance, project management and children and young adults books. She has coordinated over 4,500 multilingual projects and is also an avid children's books writer. She lives in Madrid, Spain.
Susana Rosique was born in San Sebastian (Spain), where she found her passion for the sea, the forests, books and drawing. After graduating with a degree in psychology, she moved to Madrid, where she currently resides. Susana still swims in books and walks through pencil boxes, because those are the magical places where anything is possible. She has over 15 years of experience as an illustrator of children’s and YA books for many international publishers.