Summer is here, and we all know what that means............
Reading in the shade of a great big tree, of course! What were you thinking? Some sort of gift-giving palooza? Well, we have reached the month for that too. And have we got the one-size-fits-all gift for you!
As the curveballs keep coming, this is the book to remind us of the big picture and encourages us to feel our feelings.
It inspires hope.
But before we rabbit on at length about it, we want to let you know something very exciting!
WE HAVE SIGNED COPIES!
YOU CAN GET DEDICATED COPIES!
If you'd like a signed copy, jump online or pop instore and snap up yourself a copy or five! (Michael has 14 Nibblings... they'll be getting a few for sure!)
If you'd like your copy dedicated, simply purchase by midnight December 16th and put the name for the dedication in the cart notes!
They'll be available for pick-up from the 18th of December. (We can also mail out online orders but dedicated copies can't be guaranteed before Christmas through the post - if that's a problem then grab yourself a signed one so we can ship it out ASAP!)
Davina Bell's lyrical poem uplifts, inspires and heals. Oh! There's such power in that!
Allison Colpoys' art has taken yet another leap: the palette! The exciting slight loosening of her illustrations. Oooh!
This story's gentle and grounding wisdom is a reminder that some days we catch 'em and some days we don't.
Tomorrow Is A Brand New Day is about feeling our feelings, expressing our emotions, learning and growing and remembering that even during the murky times YOU ARE LOVED.
It's our book of the year and we hope it brings you as much joy and comfort as it has us as we take the final steps towards a new year, a new day.
We look forward to seeing you in store before Christmas, if you can make it. Otherwise, visit us virtually. It's like a digital hug every time you do.
Solidarity, strength and LOVE,
The Little Bookroom operates on the lands of the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, and we pay our respects to Elders, past and present. We acknowledge that this land was stolen and has never been ceded. It always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.