In a sleepy village called Poi, a sunbeam appears through the leaves of a mango tree and brings to sight a little mote of dust—a dot called Obi, who has never been seen. In that moment, unnoticed and lonesome Obi finds a friend. Kyo the beagle and Obi are inseparable, till a feeling begins to stir in Obi. The feeling carries Obi on an inward journey.
Kyo and Obi is a story about discovering the joy of self-acceptance and being who you are. It is an honest exploration about our notions of closeness, similarity, and togetherness, while acknowledging the need to belong.
Told in a book that is made in India, from 100% recycled, sun-dried cotton paper using soy-based inks, the story’s attempt is to reconnect us to a core value. Illustrated in line art using dual colour, and hand stitched by differently-abled people, the book is a gift to yourself and to others - read it, share it, pass it on, there's only going to be a small number in print.