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Let Your Light Shine

Let Your Light Shine
Keb' Mo' By (author)
Chris Saunders Illustrated by
Jenny Yates Contributions by
9781486722730
Board book
USD $8.99
CAD $11.99
 05/10/2022
Coming Soon

Coming Soon
05/10/2022

7.0 X 7.0 in
16 pg


3 - 6 ( Intrest Age )
AD150L (Lexile Code)


Description

Let your light shine in this newest picture that brings the inspirational lyrics from one of Keb’ Mo’s most inspiring songs to life. Featuring a young Keb’, this beautiful book encourages readers to keep shining through their darkest days and to show love wherever they go.


Author Bio

Award-winning singer, songwriter, guitarist, contemporary blues artist, and children’s book author Keb’ Mo’ is a modern master of American roots music. B.B. King, Buddy Guy, the Dixie Chicks, Joe Cocker, Robert Palmer, and Tom Jones have all recorded his songs. He has collaborated with a host of artists, including Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Cassandra Wilson, Buddy Guy, Amy Grant, Solomon Burke, Little Milton, and many others. He has also been featured in TV shows and films. Keb’ has received an honorary doctorate degree in music from Williams College. Keb’ is also a proud supporter of the Plastic Pollution Coalition and released the song “Don’t Throw It Away” in support of its global mission to stop plastic pollution.


Chris Saunders is an author and illustrator from the North East UK, where he lives and works today. He studied Illustration at The University of Northampton receiving a First Class BA Honors Degree; previously attaining an Art and Design Foundation Studies National Diploma with Distinction. Chris is both the author and illustrator of Wish, his debut picture book, which has now been printed in multiple languages around the world. He has illustrated multiple children’s books to date and worked on a variety of projects including book covers, greeting cards, and character development. Chris works both digitally and traditionally, describing his work as having an emphasis on storytelling; using imagination, detail, and atmosphere combined with exaggerated physics.