A whimsical and moving story about discovering your purpose by José Sanabria and María Laura Díaz Domínguez.
The last little newspaper on a newsstand wonders what its life will be like until a gust of wind sends its individual pages flying. Each page travels to a different place and experiences a vastly different life—from being used to clean a mirror and line the cage of a pet to being formed into a boat by a child and sheltering a homeless person from the cold—until, at last, the final page finds it’s true calling. Sanabria’s expressive art and thoughtful story reflect many ways our lives can be touched.
José Sanabria is a Colombian illustrator based? in Argentina. He studied graphic design in Bogotá and illustration in Buenos Aires. His works have been exhibited at the Biennale of Bratislava, at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair, and in other collective exhibitions in Argentina, Italy, Germany, and Poland. He is also the author of As Time Went By, which was a 2016 a Batchelder Honor selection.
María Laura Díaz Domínguez was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is a graphic designer and writer. She also illustrates and designs books. She has won numerous prizes and awards in storytelling and poetry competitions.