A vibrant new picture book by award-winning author and illustrator Kelly Canby about tolerance, community and acceptance.
When bricks start to go missing from the town's four walls, the mayor whips his citizens into a frenzy of aggravation. But when the town's people find the thief, and her motive, they discover perhaps it is the mayor who is the problem. Illustrated in moody black and white with dynamic neon highlights, this is a thought-provoking tale of tolerance and acceptance.
For ages four to eight years old
About the Author:
Kelly Canby is an internationally published illustrator and author. Kelly was born in London, but has lived in Australia since the age of three, which is probably around the same age she started playing with pencils and crayons, and it was probably only a few years after that that she decided playing with pencils and crayons was something she wanted to do for the rest of her life.
Dimensions: H 30.4cm x W 23.3cm x D 0.9cm
Publisher: Fremantle Press
Publication Date: 2020
Number of Pages: 32