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To Thine Own Self, Be True

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Description

I'm not perfect and that's okay. I'm lovable despite what some people may say. I'm learning new things and growing each day! To Thine Own Self Be True is a poem written by Natasha Marouf about the struggle of a little girl learning to love herself. She hears other kids whispering about her and starts to wonder what's wrong with her. She thinks about it and realizes she actually is special and unique in her own way and shouldn't listen to what others have to say.

Author Biography:

Tashi has always been artistically inclined. She studied fine arts at a special school for the arts in Ottawa: Canterbury High School. In her early 20s, Tashi studied Print Journalism at Algonquin and fine arts at the Ottawa School of Art. She went on to study graphic design and received a diploma from the International Academy of Design and Technology in Ottawa in 2002. Tashi is a fine artist, teacher and writer. She works for Sheltoons as an art teacher in various primary schools around the Ottawa region. Tashi does illustration work and graphic design, and she also makes handcrafted jewellery. Tashi writes satire for Syndrome Magazine. One of her essays is included in the hilarious anthology, Random Female Syndromes. To Thine Own Self Be True was written and Illustrated by Tashi.
Release date NZ
April 23rd, 2021
Audience
  • Children / Juvenile
Pages
18
Dimensions
279x216x1
ISBN-13
9780228847533
Product ID
34878811

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