A Banana Split Story is a series within the Pigeonhole Books collection that features stories about children from separated and divorced families.
Hello to all of you voracious readers. Today I’ve highlighted a story that takes on a difficult aspect of life and helps to search out the positives for children and parents alike. A Brand New Day introduces the issue of divorce and addresses the outcome in a way that helps children transition into their new and sometimes overwhelming circumstances...
Read the rest of my review on SDE Magazine.
A.S. Chung is a mother of a young toddler, blogger and author of children’s picture books. A recent divorce inspired her to create Pigeonhole Books, which is a gentle resource to deal with life’s challenges. Her first book, A Brand New Day, was written as a way to communicate with her daughter and show her that life continues after difficult times. A Brand New Day recently won the 2015 National Indie Excellence® Awards.
Paula Bossio is a passionate graphic designer and an illustration lover. She believes in the power of the word, of the story and of great ideas. She believes in the power of a line, of colours and of shapes. She believes that ideas that are able to hold great meaning can change thoughts, beliefs and behaviours. Paula Bossio studied graphic design in Colombia.
Since 2000 she has been working with several publisher houses as a freelance illustrator and as an art director in different advertising agencies (BBDO, G2, Y&R- Rapp Collins Colombia). In 2009 Paula moved to Barcelona, Spain to do a postgraduate study in Illustration for children books. Paula´s work has been recognized in several international awards: Noma - Japan, Katha Chitrakala - India and A la Orilla del Viento – Mexico.