Marianne Ferrer was born in Venezuela and immigrated to Canada in 1998. After attending Dawson College in Montreal, Quebec, for illustration and design, she completed her education in graphic design at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Her style is characterized by its charm, delicacy and depth. Marianne lives in Montreal, Quebec.
★ "Ferrer's unusually whimsical interpretation of an old trope merits the imaginations of its readers…A playful marvel." - Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"Captures the magic of a solitary hour spent observing nature—and suggests where those observations might lead." - Publishers Weekly
"There's no doubting the fluid charm of [this] story." - Quill & Quire
"Use in classroom discussions about imagination…as a model for storytelling" - Resource Links
"Interesting juxtapositions of scale…The whole feeling of the book is of a sort of sleepy wonder." - CM: Canadian Review of Materials
“This book is perfectly delightful.” - Kiss the Book blog
“A fantastical trip of the imagination…Gorgeous art, almost abstract, with deep watery colors, takes the reader on a completely unique journey.”- Youth Services Book Review
★ “Subtle, yet powerful artwork…Readers accompanying Arianne on her odyssey will find themselves entranced.” - Canadian Children's Book News, starred review
“Soft, otherworldly illustrations, which play with size, shape, and perspective, pull the reader through Arianne's apparent dream.” - The Horn Book Online
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