Anthony Browne is one of the most celebrated author-illustrators working today. Children's Laureate from 2009 to 2011 and winner of multiple awards - including the prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal and the much-coveted Hans Christian Andersen Award - Anthony is renowned for his unique style. His work is loved and admired all around the world. Anthony lives in Canterbury, Kent.
"A story of hope and the power of imagination [...]" * The
"This dreamy story reveals more - and rewards more - the longer you look at the illustrations. You feel like you have stepped into one of Frida Kahlo's own paintings. Everywhere, there are surreal little touches (a cactus with arms, a plane made of fruit); everything infused with a sunburnt, stone-baked palette. Not only will any grown-up Frida Kahlo fans love this book, but plenty of children will relate to its themes of bullying and belonging, imagination and hope." * BookTrust *
"Themes of belonging, creativity and hope resonate through the book. This beautiful picture book is a worthy tribute to an iconic artist." * Parents in Touch *
"I think this is a fantastic book for all ages, it has so many elements to it and such beauty!" * Rebel Tribe Blog *