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The Lost Smile Hardcover – Import, 28 October 2020


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The Lost Smile is a charming picture book about a young girl Zaytoon learning to deal with feeling sad and blue. On first read, this story reminds me of Jedda Robaard's Little Creatures series. Robaard's series also touches on themes of identity but in this picture book for older readers, author Nadia King explores these issues with more nuance. The story has a gentle message - everyone feels sad sometimes, Zaytoon's ability to overcome her sadness is inside her as she turns to her family and her home for comfort.;The words are made richer by the gorgeous illustrations of artist Nelli Aghekyan. I liked the stylised character designs of Zaytoon's family, especially Dadi who looks like she belongs in a hand drawn animated film. The environment is filled with textural detail which you generally don't find in younger picture books.;This is an ideal picture book to snuggle up to with your kids (or if you're like me, just to enjoy on your own!); Marianna Shek, Writer, Reader, Ideal eater at www.rockonkitty.com.au; “A deeply important story for all children. The Lost Smile provides the perfect platform to explore the reality of emotions, build self-awareness, foster self-care and human connection.”; ―Sonia Bestulic, Author, Founder of Talking Heads Speech Pathology, Podcaster of Chatabout Children with Sonia Bestulic

About the Author

N L King was born in Dublin, Ireland and now calls Australia home. Nadia believes in the power of stories. She believes that stories can change the world for the better. When she was a little girl, Nadia rode an ostrich. When she was older, she rode a camel. One day she hopes to ride an elephant! The Lost Smile is Nadia's third book. Nadia also writes short stories for adults and is currently a postgraduate student in English and Creative Writing. Nelli Aghekyan is an illustrator and a visual story-teller from Yerevan, Armenia. After completing her Masters in Architecture, she followed her dreams and focused on her drawing skills. Since getting her first digital tablet, she's been drawing nonstop. She believes that being a children's book illustrator is really fun and challenging at the same time. Being able to put your vision into a book and be a part of someone's childhood is really inspiring and motivating.

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Dixi Books (UK) Limited (28 October 2020)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 32 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1913680029
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1913680022
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 350 g
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 25.5 x 1 x 25.5 cm
  • Country of Origin ‏ : ‎ United Kingdom

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Nadia L King is an Australian author of Indian and Irish descent. She is a children’s author and short story writer who believes passionately in the power of stories to make the world a better place.

Her books for children include “Claire Malone Changes the World” (an empowering and inspiring picture book for young children), "The Lost Smile" (a picture book with themes of cultural diversity and emotional intelligence), and “Jenna’s Truth” (a young adult novella telling a raw and real tale of cyberbullying). Nadia's books are published by Dixi Books.

Nadia’s short stories have been published in Australia and internationally. She is the winner of the 2020 Inaugural Maureen Freer Literary Competition for the short story category, and in 2019 she was awarded the Stuart Hadow Short Story Prize.

Nadia is currently undertaking postgraduate studies in English and creative writing. She lives in Western Australia with her family and ever-expanding collection of books.

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