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A wild amalgamation of poetry, philosophy, science, and stellar art, this is a book just as eclectic, wild, and whimsical as its creator. It’s honestly not like anything out there.
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Today, it is my utter delight and honor to speak to both author Antwan Eady and Jerome and Jarrett Pumphrey about THE LAST STAND, where it came from, and a whole host of other things that you will DEFINITELY want to know soon.
Here is a list of recommended picture books featuring characters with hearing aids. Feel free to share it, in case you find it useful.