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"This rich and nuanced tale illuminates the closely held wishes
of refugees the world over. It’s unforgettable."-BookPage starred review
"This is absolutely stunning - it has everything I look for in a picture book. It has the feel of a future classic like Goodnight Moon. I could read it over and over."
-Goodreads starred review
"One unique picture book with much to say equals quite a lot."
-Kirkus Reviews starred review
"A charming take on sibling conflict . . . Creatures—familiar and fantastical alike—give clues to the impending magical misfires taking place on this Southeast Asian island."
"Funny, adorable, and gross in just the right fashion for kids."
-The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"The idea that letting someone go can sometimes be the best way to love them isn’t an easy one to share with children (or parents, for that matter), but Van and Adinolfi do so with grace and aplomb."
-Publishers Weekly starred review
"As minimal as the text might initially appear, Muon Van’s debut picture book is as deep as the Sea she references in her title . . . Van and Chu’s paper and ink manifestation of family and history is magnificent to behold. Read it, love it, share it."
-Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center
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