David Huerta

"Grandma's Lost Treasure: How Kintsugi Turns Brokenness into Beauty"

- A Tale of Imperfections and Beauty -

Dive into the heartwarming story of Kin and Sugi in “Grandma’s Lost Treasure,” where a forgotten attic reveals hidden wonders. This enchanting tale follows the siblings as they discover their grandmother’s broken dishes, leading them on a magical journey of restoration and self-discovery.
Using the ancient Japanese art of Kintsugi, which mends broken pottery with gold, Kin and Sugi learn to see beauty in the flawed and imperfect. Each repaired dish becomes a metaphor for life’s broken moments and the potential to transform them into something uniquely beautiful.
Author David Huerta weaves a captivating narrative that mirrors the philosophy of wabi-sabi, embracing imperfection and the richness found in simplicity. The story is brought to life with stunning illustrations, capturing the essence of Kintsugi and the transformative power of seeing beauty in the broken.
“Grandma’s Lost Treasure” is more than a children’s book; it’s a journey that teaches the valuable lesson of celebrating imperfections. It invites children to view their flaws not as faults, but as opportunities for creating something extraordinary and unique.

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