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My friend Jenny Mei is sad. But you might not be able to tell.
A heartfelt picture book that discusses the complexities of sadness and how friends support one another through hard times.
Jenny Mei still smiles a lot. She makes everyone laugh. And she still likes blue Popsicles the best. But, her friend knows that Jenny Mei is sad, and does her best to be there to support her.
Deftly illustrated with a light but sensitive touch, Jenny Mei Is Sad is the perfect picture book to introduce kids to the complexity of sadness, and to show them that the best way to be a good friend, especially to someone sad, is by being there for the fun, the not-fun, and everything in between.
Jenny Mei is Sad by Tracy Subisak
Reading age: 4-8 years
Dimensions: 23.6 x 30.2 cm
Publisher: Little Brown
There was a time when Tracy Subisak was very, very sad. Tracy's friends helped her through this time by going on walks with her, eating favorite foods together, and giving her big hugs often. She is the illustrator of several picture books, including the award-winning Shawn Loves Sharks by Curtis Manley and the nonfiction picture book Wood, Wire, Wings: Emma Lilian Todd Invents an Airplane by Kirsten Larson. Tracy is from Ohio and now lives in the Pacific Northwest. To learn more about Tracy, you can visit her website, tracysubisak.com and her Instagram, @tracysubisak.