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"Feather" may sound delicate, but labels are often deceptive. It's a book about having to be a tough girl, gaining confidence, and defying expectations. It's also a meditation on self-worth, what is worth fighting for, and even the right to be called by your own name. [Raissa]— From Feather
Feather is about a musical girl who is also tenacious, tough, and a real fighter. Living in a household consisting of her father and three brothers, Feather often gets the short end of the stick, meaning the laundry, cooking, and grocery shopping. One afternoon, she gets a black eye and all her plans change. This is a great book about being a girl, taking charge, and realizing your dreams
Remi Courgeon was born in Choisy-le-Roi, near Paris. He studied art at the Ecole Estienne. He works as a children's book illustrator and painter, and has had exhibitions at home and abroad. He also works in advertising.
About the Author
Remi Courgeon was born in Choisy-le-Roi, near Paris. He is a prolific illustrator of children's books and also works in advertising and does travel sketches as well. Also a painter, he has exhibited his work in France and abroad.