A New Kind of Story For The Season
Winter Woven is a storybook about losing things. Because all of us have lost something. Maybe we’ve lost our keys. Perhaps we’ve lost our direction. Maybe we’ve even lost someone we care about.
Piper is a nine year-old girl who loses a scarf. In her desperate search for it she encounters a very frightening snowman along the way, and is forced to face loss and crisis for the first time in her life. The story is vividly told with original oil paintings by Indianapolis artist, Kyle Ragsdale, and written by first-time author, Garrett Curry.
Winter Woven falls under the “children’s book” genre, and is written appropriately for children (8+). However, the story is primarily written for grown-up kids, like you, dealing with themes such as losing a loved one and feeling lost.
The story’s tone aligns with classics such as The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg and A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
A Look Inside
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