This wordless two-color graphic novel is an enthralling fable about disability, companionship, and transformation, set in the haunting beauty of the wild.
One day, a little girl picks an unusual flower from an unusual bush in the forest. Overnight, the flower blooms and turns into a magical creature: a rose wolf, missing a leg just like she is missing an arm. Together, the new friends must go on a journey to find where they belong.
In her graphic novel debut, Canadian cartoonist Natalie Warner presents a moody, tender, and captivating new fairy tale, without using a single word. Fans of Nightlights, Sheets, and The Tea Dragon Society will hold it close and read it again & again.
About the Author
Natalie Warner is a Canadian illustrator and author based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She has attended the School of Art at U of M and Briercrest Bible College in recent years. Natalie’s books are drawn for and inspired by children (and the young at heart), valuing creativity, lifelong curiosity, and community above all else.