$ 17.95 US / $ 23.95 CAD 8.5 x 11 48 pages / ages 4 to 8 ISBN: 978-0-7358-4457-5

Could everyone be right in this lighthearted story about different perspectives?

The bear knows exactly what the mountain looks like—a forest. The sheep, octopus, and ant also know the mountain. It’s a meadow! It’s surrounded by water! It’s a maze of tunnels! The chamois and snow hare have their opinions too. It seems the mountain looks different to every animal. How can that be? And whose point of view is right?

From the author/illustrator duo Rebecca Gugger and Simon Röthlisberger’s whose previous book Ida And The Whale was an Indie Next Pick, comes an  insightful story about tolerance is told in their feather light way.

Read what The Mountain means to creators Rebecca and Simon here.

Humor is conveyed through the brief, dialogue-heavy text, while washes of color draw the eye along crisp white pages, with body language and energy conveyed through penciled movement lines. Wordless double-page spreads showing each animal’s imagined mountainous setting are especially stunning.
Kirkus Reviews

  • White Ravens, 2021