Hailed as "simply beautiful" by Kirkus Reviews, this is the poetic tale of Wabi Sabi, a Japanese cat who doesn't understand her name. As she travels across the country searching for answers, she begins to understand the most wonderful things are often those that seem most ordinary. Author Mark Reibstein's innovative use of haiku makes Wabi Sabi perfect for reading aloud. "This book is a tour de force, with meanings to be discovered on many levels." -Children's Literature
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