"Poet M.H. Clark and artist Madeline Kloepper offer a mighty antidote to our inattentive apathy...a lyrical invitation to apprehend the small wonders that strew the everyday: the yellow leaf blown to the ground, the smiling face of a neighbor, the spider laboring at her web, the red feather in a passerby’s hat, the snail triumphant atop the fence, the pale, luminous moon against the nocturne.”
- BRAIN PICKINGS
"The verdant flora in Kloepper’s illustrations teems with hidden insects, birds and neighborhood pets...
You can almost hear the sighs of contentment from a doting grandparent and happy child.”