A powerful poetry picture book about the wonder and possibility contained in a single word: let.
Suppose there was a book full only of the word let . . .
Adapted from a poem called “Book of Genesis” by the award-winning poet Kei Miller and beautifully imagined and illustrated by Diana Ejaita, this provocative and hopeful picture book is an ode to the power of words and of books—of seeing oneself and being seen—and to a world of wonder and possibility.
An offering for larger libraries that will “let there be” creativity, innovation, and ideation among readers who enjoy more abstract concepts and movement-inspired illustrations.
—School Library Journal