What makes a home home? Find out in this intriguing exploration of the places creatures call home.
From mountain to sea, meadow to tree, small town to big city, people and animals make their homes all over the world. Some are forever while some change with the seasons, but all are just right for the creatures who live in them. With lyrical rhyming text perfect for reading aloud and evocative jewel-toned illustrations, here is a book that will have young readers thinking about home in a whole new way.Author:
Beach Lane BooksPublished:
11.20h x 8.90w x 0.50dISBN:
Baby-PreschoolReview Citation(s): Kirkus Reviews
08/01/2021 pg. 59Shelf Awareness
About the Author
Hannah Barnaby is the acclaimed young adult author of Some of the Parts and Wonder Show, which was a 2013 William C. Morris Award Finalist, a 2013 YALSA's Best Fiction for Young Adults selection, and one of Kirkus Reviews's Best Teen Books of 2012. She's also written several picture books including Home Is... and Bad Guy. Visit her at HannahBarnaby.com.
Frann Preston-Gannon is an illustrator and designer. Her first picture book, The Journey Home
, was shortlisted for both the Waterstones Children's Book Prize and the Cambridgeshire Read it Again! Book Prize. She is also the illustrator of Busy-Eyed Day
by Anne Marie Pace, One Dark Bird
by Liz Garton Scanlon, and Home Is...
by Hannah Barnaby, among others. She was the first UK recipient of the Sendak Fellowship and spent a month living with and learning from the great master of illustration, Maurice Sendak. She lives in London, England. Visit her online at Frann.co.uk.