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  • Kate Hoefler’s signature lyricism and Jessixa Bagley’s sweetly wry art combine for a gently whimsical, people (and bear) pleaser of a story about the fear of being different, the ways we overcome this fear, and the fact that often what’s different is a lot more familiar than we might think.
  • Kate Hoefler’s signature lyricism and Jessixa Bagley’s sweetly wry art combine for a gently whimsical, people (and bear) pleaser of a story about the fear of being different, the ways we overcome this fear, and the fact that often what’s different is a lot more familiar than we might think.
  • Kate Hoefler’s signature lyricism and Jessixa Bagley’s sweetly wry art combine for a gently whimsical, people (and bear) pleaser of a story about the fear of being different, the ways we overcome this fear, and the fact that often what’s different is a lot more familiar than we might think.
  • Kate Hoefler’s signature lyricism and Jessixa Bagley’s sweetly wry art combine for a gently whimsical, people (and bear) pleaser of a story about the fear of being different, the ways we overcome this fear, and the fact that often what’s different is a lot more familiar than we might think.
  • Kate Hoefler’s signature lyricism and Jessixa Bagley’s sweetly wry art combine for a gently whimsical, people (and bear) pleaser of a story about the fear of being different, the ways we overcome this fear, and the fact that often what’s different is a lot more familiar than we might think.
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Kate Hoefler

Courage Hats Book

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What if the Cowardly Lion took a leap of faith? A story of courage, determination, and a dash of friendship. 

Courage is something that comes from your heart. But if you can’t find it there, you can wear it on your head at first.

Mae is a girl. Bear is a bear.

But over the course of one life-changing, slightly nerve-racking train ride, they find out that this might be the only thing they don’t have in common.  

Kate Hoefler’s signature lyricism and Jessixa Bagley’s sweetly wry art combine for a gently whimsical, people (and bear) pleaser of a story about the fear of being different, the ways we overcome this fear, and the fact that often what’s different is a lot more familiar than we might think. With courage, determination, and a dash of friendship, Mae and Bear discover all the humor, warmth, and beauty found in togetherness and in the unknown.