“Beneath appearances are experiences. Beneath actions are explanations. Beneath what’s different is what’s the same.”
Finn is persuaded by their grandpa to take a walk outside even though they are in a horrible mood. During this walk through the forest, Finn sees trees and how roots work underground, foxes digging, and fish swimming. When they both come across hikers I the woods, Finn understands that just like the nature around us, people have feelings and emotions hidden underneath. And sometimes, people can feel exactly the same way.
This contemplative and sweet story with beautiful illustrations made with digital paint honors the similarities and differences of everyone around us.
Perfect for kids ages 4-8.