Nicola Winstanley has always loved to write; but it wasn't until her daughter was born that she started writing stories for children. Nicola considers herself lucky because she gets to read children's books all the time --- it's the best part of the day for her. She's also lucky because she gets to read fledgling writers, as she teaches writing to students at Humber College in Toronto.Janice Nadeau studied graphic design and illustration at the Universit du Qu bec Montr al and at the cole sup rieure des arts d coratifs de Strasbourg (France). She likes to explore different applications of her medium, whether it's illustrating books or designing textile. Janice is a three-time recipient of the Governor General's Award for Illustration, Canada's most prestigious literary prize.
A charming offering infused with warmth, romantic whimsy, and love.--Booklist Children able to appreciate the quaint plot and drawings will enjoy this cozy story.--School Library Journal Perfection might be the word to describe this confection, a delectable tale in which whimsical collage, watercolour and graphite pencil illustrations dance across the pages of text, in step with and amplifying the latter in all the best ways.--The Globe & Mail ... turns the power of a mother's love into about as delicious a story as you could want when the subject is unhappy babies.--The New York Times