The Blue Glass Heart
by Yona Zeldis McDonough
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Pub Date 02 May 2023 | Archive Date 30 Apr 2023
Lerner Publishing Group, Kar-Ben Publishing ®
When Sarah accidentally breaks Bubbe’s blue glass bowl, she sets a heart-shaped piece of blue glass on an adventure, touching the lives of children around the world, until it finally—remarkably—finds its way back home.
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This title is also available as a paperback for $8.99 (ISBN: 9781728445533).
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Average rating from 37 members
What a charming story about a piece of glass that travels all over the world! I loved the story and think that small children will, too. Also, the artwork is beautiful and I enjoyed looking at it.
I really enjoyed this book. A delightful story that shows children to always enjoy the unexpected. The story and the illustrations were beautiful. Thanks #NetGalley #LernerPublishingGroup
A cute book about a piece of glass that travels the world. Each place the glass stopped it had different meaning to the person who found it. Great pictures show the story and give it life. A great book to read with your little one.
What a beautiful story with stunning illustrations that remind me of paintings. Not only is the story heartwarming but also diverse and relatable. Timeless. Will try to get a physical copy for sure.
Sweet story. Would be great to give to anyone who is having a hard time with having to move. The fear of not adjusting to new surroundings and the feeling of floating around as if you do not belong anywhere.
The Blue Glass Heart is a really heartwarming story about a piece of a beloved grandmother's blue glass bowl, and its travels around the world. I love the solace and comfort the blue glass brought to so many different children in different countries. It was beautifully illustrated, and demonstrated the connectedness of all of us.