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Master storyteller and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Neil Gaiman has written a moving poem, inspired by the ongoing refugee crisis. During the coldest season, when the world feels scary-what do you remember about being warm? Baked potatoes. Trust. A kettle on the stove. Blankets. A smile. And, most of all, the reassurance that you belong. In his powerful and moving poem, featuring illustrations from thirteen extraordinary artists, Gaiman draws together many different memories to answer the question, what do you need to be warm? This beautiful gift-sized book evokes all the specific ways that we feel safe, welcome, and warm in a sometimes-scary world.