Hope at Sea: An Adventure Story (Hardcover)
Hope doesn’t only want to listen to her father’s stories about his voyages at sea, she wants to be part of those stories.
And so, unbeknownst to her parents, she stows away on her father's 19th-century merchant vessel. But look... The wind has picked up and the sky is darkening...
Could there be such a thing as an adventure that is too exciting?
Join high-spirited Hope on a trip of a lifetime in this exquisitely illustrated picture book that also captures the love between a father and child.
About the Author
Daniel Miyares is the critically acclaimed author-illustrator of NIGHT OUT, which was called a "pleasure" by Publishers Weekly in a starred review, and FLOAT, which the Boston Globe called a "perfect wordless picture book." He is also the illustrator of NIGHT WALK TO THE SEA, written by Deborah Wiles, described as "majestic" by Bulletin Center for Children's Books, and THAT IS MY DREAM! a picture book version of Langston Hughes' "Dream Variation," hailed as "a must-read" by Kirkus in a starred review. He lives in Kansas with his family. Visit him on the Web at danielmiyares.com or follow him on Twitter at @danielmiyares or on Instagram at @danielmiyaresdoodles.
Praise for That is My Dream!:
"A must-read illustrated poem that breathes new life into Hughes' 'Dream Variation.'" —Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"With luminous washes of watercolor and the lyrical language of Hughes’s 1924 poem as his text, Miyares (That Neighbor Kid) presents a resonant vision of an African-American boy who imagines a more just world." —Publishers Weekly, starred review
Raybearer -- the strongest fantasy book AND debut of the fall season -- is the book that Leigh Bardugo and Tomi Adeyemi fans have been waiting for. Adventure, fantasy, magic, love and loyalty are at the heart of Tarasai’s unthinkable quest in this Nigerian-inspired tale. Epic and cinematic, this is world-building par excellence. Jordan Ifueko has herself a series opener that will knock off your socks and steal your heart. Thrilling! - review by Maureen