Little boy Ramon loved to draw. He drew everything he saw. One day, while he was drawing a flower vase, his brother looked at it and made fun of Roman’s drawing. Disappointed, Roman made more drawings for months to follow. Still, he was not happy he gave up, throwing away all the crumbled sheets of paper. His sister, Marisol, came into the room, picked up a crumbled piece, and ran away. Ramon rushed and followed her to her room. What happened to Ramon and her sister?
We picked this book for its intriguing title. The book is easy-to-read for young children, with an empowering message of perseverance while not worrying much about being perfect all the time. In addition, the sketch-styled illustrations make it a more exciting reading and doodle activity for young children.
Ish by Peter H. Reynolds’ whimsically illustrated story inspires you to do what you love and treasure those moments that delight you.
Originally published: 2004
Author: Peter H. Reynolds
Illustrator: Peter H. Reynolds
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