The Squirrel And The Banyan Tree
A lone albino squirrel finds refuge in the branches of an old, wise banyan tree that has watched the hope and heartbreak of life unfold beneath its branches. The young squirrel asks the tree about many things, but foremost in his mind is the question of love and attachment.
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About the Author
Jian-Xin Zhou is an art educator and one of Taiwan’s up-and-coming illustrators. His first illustrated title, THE MAROON ORIOLE, won the 2014 Taiwan Golden Butterfly Award for Best Book Design and an Honorable Mention from the International Design Awards. His collaborative works with Nai-Wen Kuo have also been very well received: their title THE LOST CAT also won Honorable Mention from Hsin-Yi Children’s Literature Award in 2012, and LITTLE BAI, the story of a boy and his dog, won First Prize for an Illustrated Publication at the 2016 Hsin Yi Children’s Literature Award.
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