Lauren Castillo holds an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in NYC. She is the author and illustrator of the Caldecott Honor winning book Nana in the City and has illustrated many other books for children as well, including Maribeth Boelts’s Happy Like Soccer. She currently draws and dreams in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. For more, please visit www.laurencastillo.com.
By Eve Bunting
Illustrated by Lauren Castillo
Read by Susie Berneis
It’s hard to let go of things—but what counts more is having each other.
"A quietly wrenching yet ultimately comforting story of a family adjusting to straitened circumstances." - The Wall Street Journal
Released April 18, 2017