Corrinne Averiss, Sebastien Pelon
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“Hope is keeping a light on, however dark things seem.” 

Comet is Finn’s dog, and his very best friend. They do everything together. But one day Comet won’t get out of his basket - not even for his very favourite things! The vet tells Finn that Comet needs to stay in overnight for an operation. That evening, Finn sits in his den feeling very alone. Dad tells him to keep on hoping. At night, as Finn sleeps, thousand of little lights appear in the sky, each one a hope from a different person in the world.

Emotional, funny and uplifting, this beautiful picture book is a pure delight from start to finish. A wonderful story that shows children not to give up hope when times are uncertain.

See the other titles in the trilogy:
JOY by Corrinne Averiss and Isabelle Follath (2018)
LOVE by Corrinne Averiss and Kirsti Beautyman (2020)

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Format Hardcover Book 32 Pages
ISBN 9780711241749
Size0.36 in x 0.45 in / 9.25 mm x 11.40 mm
Published Date August 20th, 2019
Corrinne Averiss

Author of the critically-acclaimed CILIP Greenaway-nominated, A Dot in the Snow, Corrinne Averiss is a writer of thoughtful and humorous stories for children.  She is the author of Joy from Quarto (illustrated by Isabelle Follath), Floss the Playground Boss, The Boy on the Bench, Sorrel, and the Sleepover, and My Pet Star. Her next title, HOPE, is due to publish in 2019.

Corrinne is also a Writer and Producer in children’s television; she created the four-time Children’s BAFTA-winning Share a Story competition and has an animated series under commission from CBeebies. She lives with her husband, daughter and cat in Marple, between Manchester and the beautiful Peak district, UK.

Sebastien Pelon
Sébastien Pelon lives and works in Paris. He graduated from the l’École Supérieure des Arts-Appliqués Duperré and worked for several years at Père Castor Flammarion. Today, he is a freelance graphic artist and illustrator. He has illustrated numerous books, classic tales, covers and series.
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