'A timeless tale at ease with the rhythm of life and death, and perfect for a child who likes to ponder the imponderables.' --Guardian
'This exquisitely illustrated story is told with impressive economy, embracing as it does life, death, the universe and everything. And there's a happy ending.' --Guardian
'My little boy loves looking at the pictures and choosing all the different possible destinies. It's also helped him grasp the concept of other worlds and to find a context for understanding the cycle of life and death.' --Caduceus
About the Author
Mordicai Gerstein was born in Los Angeles, lived for over twenty-five years in New York City and now resides with his wife and daughter in Western Massachusetts. He has been a painter, sculptor, director of animation and filmmaker. Mr Gerstein has written and illustrated many children's books. The Mountains of Tibet is his first Barefoot book.