Book Of The Month:
What's the Matter with Maria?
Written by Mona Kristensen
Illustrated by Mona Kristensen
Maria is an introverted, sensitive yet spirited little girl that lives in a small village. When her first love leaves she is entangled with many emotions and makes up an imaginary friend and ally. The author takes us through many childhood experiences told in an innocent childlike voice that touches upon many themes such as anxiety, bullying and the effects of culture and environment. This novel has many layers and will definitely relate to young girls and even women everywhere who are finding their voice, even though they might have lost it. It is a beautiful tale of love and realizing the greatest love of all...yourself.
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