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The future of the world is in our children’s hands says this beautiful and sensitive picture book. ‘Let’s be doctors’ say two little children in front of a dressing up box. In their white coats they meet their first patient, the world, and he’s really not very well: too hot and sweaty, choked up with smoke and fumes. The children encourage him to think of the future, and to consider all the wonderful things he has, and they agree to look after him. The message is gently delivered in a way that will make children aware of their responsibility, but also their power to change things. Michael Foreman’s illustrations are eloquent as always, and glow with warmth and colour.
A topical picture book about the effects of climate change, ideal for very young children. In this topical picture book, Michael Foreman - twice winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal and described as the greatest illustrator-storyteller of his time by Michael Morpurgo - brilliantly shows what climate change is doing to our world and inspires us all to make a difference. Mr World doesn't feel well. He's hot and sweaty and finding it hard to breathe. What will the doctors find when they examine their poor patient?
A highly topical book about the impact of climate change, delivered in a very simple way for very young readers. The Bookseller
|Publication date:||3rd May 2018|
|Publisher:||Walker Books Ltd|
|Suitable for:||Baby and Toddler, 3+ readers|
Michael Foreman was our Guest Editor in March 2010 - click here - to see the books that inspired his writing. Michael Foreman was born in Suffolk in 1938, and studied at Lowestoft School of Art, St Martin’s, London, and the Royal College of Art, where he won a scholarship to the USA in 1963. He has worked as an Art Director at Playboy and King magazines and still works as Art Editor of the literary journal Ambit. He has also made animated films in Scandinavia and for the BBC. His first book, The General, (a picture book published in 1961), dealt ...More About Michael Foreman