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The Last Hazelnut

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ISBN: 9781646860562

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ISBN: 9781646860555

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Written by Susanna Isern
Illustrated by Mariana Ruiz Johnson

When two woodland friends have a misunderstanding over who ate the last hazelnut, they eventually find that holding a grudge is a lot less rewarding than mending their relationship. Chic illustrations and punchy text make for a relatable and humorous conflict resolution story.

Key Selling Points:

  • SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING: The story features characters who experience relatable emotions when they have a hurtful misunderstanding and models constructive self-talk as a step towards conflict resolution.
  • SHARING: Learn about the benefits of sharing with both friends and strangers.
  • VISUAL LITERACY: Readers will be drawn in to the vignette-style illustrations and will use the artwork as context for decoding what is happening in each scene.
  • HUMOR: From their stylish clothing to their quirky dialogue, the characters in the book are hilariously endearing.
  • CHIC ILLUSTRATIONS: Bold, stylized illustrations by Argentinian illustrator Mariana Ruiz Johnson engage young readers and adults alike.

More Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 10.75 inches
  • Page Count: 32 pages
  • Age Range: Ages 4-8 years

Awards & Accolades

“While stories about conflict and sharing abound, this snazzy offering feels fresh. A solid purchase for libraries” – School Library Journal

“I love the positive messages about forgiveness and tolerance in this book. The friends really do rely on one another and they miss each other” – Books for MKs

About the Contributors

Written by - Susanna Isern
Susanna Isern is a writer, psychologist and mother of three. She is the author of over 60 children’s books, which are available all over the world and have been translated into over a dozen languages. Susanna lives in Santander, Spain.
Illustrated by - Mariana Ruiz Johnson
Mariana Ruiz Johnson is an award-winning children’s book illustrator and author. She likes to explore the narrative power of illustration and the relationship between images and words. Using vibrant palettes and different patterns and textures, she combines traditional techniques and digital media. Mariana lives in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina with her husband and two children.

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