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Home About Portfolio Contact. Because Stephanie Rausser did it so well.
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Kiki is quiet as she gazes out. Coco looks up at the clouds as tiny drops start to fall.
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Let me share my passion with you. You are commenting using your WordPress.
You are commenting using your Google account. I knew Mia enjoyed peeking in on Kiki as she explored the City of Light, but the heartfelt reunion between Kiki and Coco via an unsuspecting hero is what I believe took this story to the next level for Mia.
She scoops Coco up off the cold ground and whispers promises that she will never ever forget her again. Rausser captures Paris through her lens from the vantage point of a child.
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I later discovered that the photography was staged for the storyline, which made sense when I looked back through the book, but nothing feels forced or contrived in this collaboration between Rausser, author Nina Gruener and doll maker Jess Brown. The plot is traditional and straightforward, the climax quiet, but I think this was intentional. A story that is elegant in both its setting and simplicity, something moms who will be asked to read this book time and time again can appreciate.