A spare, poetic fable, about life, death, lonliness, love, and eternity, this book is unlike anything you have encountered before. Beautiful sepia and ink paintings, and simple, evocative, child-like verses tell the story of a stone who is carved out of the side of a mountain, and planted on the top of a windswept hill, for reasons that he cannot fathom. As the years go by, he longs for a companion...and finally, his prayers are answered. A funny, mournful, and profound book, for all ages.
T. Jefferson Carey is a writer, artist, and actor, who lives in Denver, Colorado. A graduate of New York University, and the National Theatre Conservatory, he's written plays, screenplays, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and books for brave children. As a visual artist, he's designed and painted extensively for the theatre, as well as book and magazine illustrations, animated films, and fine art. He's appeared in over fifty productions as an actor, and done voice over work for comercials and animated films. He spent several years working for HADES--the nations largest Haunted House, as well as Creede Repertory Theatre. His work has been seen across the country, in Canada, Europe and Russia.
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