An incredibly powerful book about a boy coming to terms with his parents' divorce by Kes Gray and Lee Wildish.
Kes lives in Witham, Essex, with his wife, young family and assortment of animals. He is a born storyteller. Voted by the Independent as one of the TOP TEN children's authors only a year after publishing his first book.Lee Wildish has worked on many board and novelty books, but this is his first picture book. He is a real talent heading for great success.
An incredibly powerful book about a boy coming to terms with his parents' divorce: a difficult subject treated with a wonderfully light touch. I'm a huge Lee Wildish fan and think he's definitely a name to watch for the future. I defy you to read this without a lump in your throat. - Kate Skipper, Waterstones BuyerLee Wildish's illustrations are lovely. The characters have a rough charm that really draws you in - there are hints of Quentin Blake's ink drawings, but Wildish's style is very much of its own. - BookbagAn excellent book aimed squarely at young children. - Nursery WorldA touching tale that resonates with empathy and poignancy. - JuniorA touching, tender book. - Angels & UrchinsWhile the text carries the message, the pictures contribute significantly to this excellent story. - Carousel