ISBN: 978-1-7778947-1-9

Haywaas’ Question: What is Reconciliation?


After Haywaas sees his parents get frustrated while watching the news, this precocious 12-year-old begins a months-long journey navigating many different answers to what he thought was a simple question.

Ages 9-16

Expertly crafted by a teacher-parent-author duo, Haywaas’ Question is relatable, understandable, and aptly builds up to an answer we’re all a part of.

By authors of I Wish You Were Here (2022, Strong Nations Publishing, Inc.)

Available on backorder

SKU: 978-1-7387367-0-6 Categories: ,

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Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 18 × 23 × 0.5 cm



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