Sasha and the Wind

Sasha and the Wind

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Written by Rhea Tregebov and Illustrated by Hélène Desputeaux


"This gentle story is sure to appeal to young readers... The illustrations are rich and colourful, and complement the text perfectly.... Sasha and the Wind is a great story for a blustery day." - Quill & Quire

Sasha loves the way the wind sails kites and turns umbrellas inside out. He wants to be blown so high that the people below look like chocolate chips. The second book in the Sasha series.

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About the Author

Rhea Tregebov’s books for children have been recommended in A Guide to Canadian Children’s Books as well CBC radio’s Children’s Literature Panel. She has written five children’s picture books, three in the “Sasha” series, which feature her son as the hero. Her books have been translated into French and Danish. She has also written six collections of poetry for adults. She lives in Vancouver where she teaches Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia.

About the Illustrator

Hélène Desputeaux has illustrated dozens of books including two Robert Munsch picture books and the "Caillou" series. She and partner Michel Aubin run their own production house Desputeaux + Aubin in Quebec.

Product Information

  • Release: August 14, 1996

  • $7.95 Paperback

  • $14.95 Hardcover

  • 24 Pages

  • 8.5 x 8.5

  • Children’s Picture Book

  • Ages 5-8 / Grades K-3

  • Guided Reading: L

  • ISBN: 9780929005836 (PB)

  • ISBN: 9780929005843 (HC)