James Sage is an American author who has channeled his experience with film and photography into creating picture books. He strongly believes that the successful blending of words with images is the element that gives a story its special magic, as it is often what lies beyond both that has the most lasting impact. A story, he insists, should raise questions that are not at first apparent. They should be the cause of thought and wonder, and linger with the reader in a happy, troublesome way. Today, from a small market town in England, he continues to explore this phenomenon, carefully varying his style to suit the subject. For James, it is a continuing adventure.
2018 - Best Books for Kids, New York Public Library, Winner
2020 - Children's Book Award, Theodore Roosevelt Association, Commended
2019 - Eureka! Nonfiction Children’s Book Award, California Reading Association, Honor Book
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2017 - Best Books for Kids & Teens, Canadian Children's Book Centre, Winner