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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
How does this piano-loving featherweight of a girl respond when her brothers keep on making her do their chores?
She takes up boxing, of course Maybe if she gets good enough, they'll even stop calling her Feather.
Readers will see Feather's determination and sense of justice as positive, transformative traits that help us on the road to becoming who we really are. and they will root for her as she learns to stand up to her brothers and proves that sometimes the best way to go after what you want is to leap into something new.
R mi Courgeon was born in Choisy-le-Roi, near Paris. He studied art at the cole 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
Rémi 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.