Children are born with fresh eyes. Their vision is sharper, their perspectives are clearer, and everything is brand new. When you explore the world through their eyes, even the oldest thing in the universe can seem like it's brand new.
What does it mean to be old or young? Children might seem young to adults, but to a 150-year-old sea turtle even the oldest humans seem young. And when you think about the mountains, the ocean, the planet, and the universe, then you add a whole new dimension to the idea of old and young.
With Higo Wu’s poetic text and Chen Pei-Hsiu’s inspired illustrations, Still Young, Still New encourages the reader to rediscover the world with fresh eyes. It captures the joy of being alive and learning through experience, as well as the importance of staying curious about the world no matter how old you are.