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Tama is a pebble in the Valley Where All the Little Things Live. Through a journey across the valley and down to the depth of the Great Sea, Tama discovers the secret of Korobu, a boulder looming on the mountaintop, and along the way finds out more about himself.
Paperback, First Edition, 76 pages
Published September 1st 2018 by Eberhardt Press
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Jun 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This story will immediately transport you to your childhood, both in its lovely, imaginative writing and the stunning drawings that bring you into Tama’s world. As you linger on the page, exploring all the wonderful detail, new things – a small creature peeking out, an expression on another character’s face – will appear to you at each reading. It’s hard to imagine the amount of time Mr. Moore took in crafting this beautiful story, but we’re all thankful he did. This story is perfect for young a ...more
Mar 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Tamaishi is a charming tale about accepting who you are rather than trying to be someone you’re not. Tama (a little rock) goes on a journey of self-discovery as he meets various characters and notices how he is different from them. Seeing these differences as flaws in his own character, he attempts to change himself to suit his surroundings, finally learning that he is perfectly imperfect in his own way.
Dec 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This fable-like tale is beautifully illustrated. The book is written in a calm and serene style that perfectly compliments the story, which promotes mindfulness in readers (and listeners) of any age.
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Music and the patterns on the piano were my first love, and writing came shortly after reading books like the Phantom Tollbooth. I write the images I see in my head.

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