Dadaji's Paintbrush by Rashmi Sirdeshpande, Ruchi Mhasane
Discover that bereavement can be a beginning, not an ending, in this beautiful story of one boy's grief when he loses his beloved grandfather.
Dadaji loves to teach others to paint, especially his grandson. But after Dadaji passes away, the boy can't bear to use the favourite paintbrush his grandfather left for him. When a little girl knocks on the door, the boy discovers how many lives Dadaji touched with his art, and finds a way to continue his legacy.
The perfect book for children suffering a bereavement, with an uplifting and heartfelt focus on continuing a legacy for those who aren't around any more. A School Library Journal Best Books of the Year book and longlisted for the Yoto Carnegie Medal for Illustration!
|Andersen Press Ltd
|01 Jun 2023
|1st paperback ed
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