A little snippet of a Q&A with Sara Kay:
Question: Are your parents poets? Did they influence your interest in poetry?
Sara Kay: "From kindergarten through fourth grade I bought my lunch to school with me every day. And everyday for those five years, one of my parents wrote me a poem and tucked it into my lunch box. It was usually on a colored piece of paper, folded in half They were short poems that were sort of Dr. Suess-y or Shel Silverstrin-esque. They made poetry something to look forward to. Each note was a story, a message, a secret, a rhyme, each note made me stop whatever I was doing and surrender to the surprise inside. I don't think either of them considers themselves poets, but they defiantly gave me a hunger(wink!) for poetry."
"B" is about mothers and Daughters and the wisdom and hope that is shared- and sometimes lost- between the two. Its a thank you note, love letter, wish ,promise, confession, and a secret all at once. With illustrations by Sophia Janowitz and dreamy endpapers, this sleek, blue volume will be passed between mothers and daughters and granddaughters for generations.
A snippet of the book: "So the first time she realizes that Wonder Woman isn't coming. I'll make sure she knows she doesn't have to wear the cape all by herself........"
"........But I want her to know that this world is made of sugar: it can crumble so easily, but don't be afraid to stick your tongue out and taste it."
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