Author(s): Kathryn Cave
In this new edition of the classic picturebook for friends aged four and up, Kathryn Cave and Nick Maland explore how being friends with someone works and what it means to us. Lyrical text and wonderful illustrations open the way to talking about the times when life isn't easy - when we're lost in the wood, hurt, angry, shy, afraid of the dark. That's when we find out who our friends are and what friends are worth.
"A must for friends of all ages" Observer "Books like this remind us there's so much more to them than simply reading." Herald, Scotland "In a lyrical text, Kathryn Cave picks up on universal feelings of shyness, inadequacy, fear of the unknown and the need to be comforted. She also shows how friendship can survive an argument." Guardian
Kathryn Cave is an award-winning author of books for children of all ages. Her story Something Else (illustrated by Chris Riddell) has sold over half a million copies and won the under-8s section of the first UNESCO award for Children's Literature in the Service of Tolerance. Kathryn loves author visits and is in demand for storybag workshops in schools all over the UK. She lives in Hampstead, London. Nick Maland has illustrated many books for children. He won the overall prize in the V&A Illustration Awards for You've Got Dragons and was shortlisted for the Mother Goose award for Welcome Nights and Other Poems, and won the Society of Illustrators Silver Medal for Snip! Snap! What's That? Nick lives in Brighton.