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y separately published work icon One Step at a Time single work   picture book   children's  
Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 One Step at a Time
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Units Teaching this Work

Text Unit Name Institution Year
y separately published work icon One Step at a Time Jane Jolly , Sally Heinrich (illustrator), Rundle Mall/Rundle Street : MidnightSun , 2015 8074281 2015 single work picture book children's (taught in 1 units)

'One Step at a Time is an exquisite picture book which tells a touching story about the relationship between a young boy, Luk, and his elephant, Mali. On the border of Thailand and Burma, Mali steps on a landmine. Luk supports her during her recovery. Mali is eventually fitted with a prosthesis and get a second chance at life. One Step at a Time is a ground-breaking story. Heinrich’s beautiful illustrations match Jolly’s light touch when it comes to writing about the sensitive subject of landmines. It is a story about love and friendship that will enthral children around the world.' (Publication summary)

Children's Literature Southern Cross University 2016 (Semester 2)