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  • Keywords
    • Death and dying,
    • Grief for kids,
    • Loss and healing,
    • Emotions and feelings,
    • Knitting for kids,
    • Knitting stories,
    • Clothing stories

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Aunty Jane Knits Up A Storm
by Steve Wolfson

Aunty Jane knits and knits and knits, and the people in her neighborhood love the colourful scarves, toques, and sweaters that she makes. One day, after Aunty Jane experiences a heartbreaking loss, her knitting takes a gloomy turn that affects the entire town. It's up to her young neighbors, Naomi and Xavier, and other caring friends to help Aunty Jane feel better and find the joy in her knitting once again.

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Steve Wolfson loves knitting together words into award-winning stories for children. He grew up in Pass-A-Grille on St. Pete Beach in Florida, and has spent most of his adult life in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. He lives with his wife, Penny, and his twin granddaughters, Jill and Gwen. Steve's previous children's books include Filbert the Lonely Flamingo, Monster Cheese, and Elephants at the Airport. For more visit: Charity Russell is a children's book illustrator, originally from Zambia, she moved to the U.K. as a teenager, and now lives in Bath, England, with her husband, two children, and Frank (their Pomeranian-Chihuahua). She crochets more than knits and is pretty good at it! For more visit:


Steve Wolfson
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