Synopses & Reviews
"A beautifully illustrated story with an important message about finding your place in the world." Holly Webb, bestselling author of The Princess and the Suffragette.
Have you ever noticed those poor, abandoned single shoes left in the strangest places around the countryside?
How do they get there?
Where is their partner?
This is the story of two such shoes, cruelly separated and left all alone in the world. Without each other, they have no purpose or value. But sometimes good things can come from bad experiences.
A story that shows how new friendships help us to grow and broaden our horizons.
They thought they'd be together forever.
They were wrong.
Shane and Shelia shoe are a pair. They were made for each other. They never expected to be separated. After all, what use is a shoe without its partner?
When Shane and Sheila find themselves all alone in the world, they think they have no purpose or value without each other.
Two shoes desperate for hope.
For their lives to change, they'll need a helping hand.
A story that shows how new friendships help us to grow and broaden our horizons. Readers agree that this story is a conversation starter for a range of real life issues.
What use is a shoe without its partner? Shane and Sheila are a pair of red buckled shoes. They were made for each other and never expected to be parted. When they find themselves all alone in the world, they don't know what to do. If they can't find each other, what will their future be? Nobody wants a single shoe. Join Shane and Sheila as their adventures take them in different directions. They'll discover that new friendships are out there waiting for them... but will they meet again? This warm and original story is beautifully illustrated and shows how new experiences help us to grow and broaden our horizons.