The One That Counts – A Short Story by Rosemary Macuga
The One That Counts by Rosemary Macuga is a whimsical tale about finding the heart that really matters. Two young elephants named Tuki and Stu go on a walk, discovering hearts in all sorts of places. However, finding the heart that really counts proves to be quite a challenge!
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Rosemary Macuga resides in the quaint river town of Beaver, Pennsylvania. As a freelance graphic artist, she illustrates educational storyboards for the National Network of Digital Schools. Rosemary is a full-time Artist in Residence at the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School where she teaches visual arts and photography. Through the lens of her trusted 35mm camera, Rosemary sees the world from a keen perspective and challenges her students to do the same. Her photographer’s eye is the inspiration behind her first published children’s book, The One That Counts. And just like Tuki in the story, Rosemary loves pizza, too.
Hardbound, 8.5″ x 8.5″
Perfect bound, constructed by hand
First Printing: 90 copies, numbered
Second Printing: 100 copies, numbered