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A gloriously illustrated celebration of individualism from an award-winning author. Wesley's an outcast from the civilization around him - he's not into pizza or football or haircuts. But during the summer holidays, he has a brilliant idea: he'll found a civilization of his own - in the back garden! From this seed a whole world grows and blooms - the extraordinary, imaginative world of Weslandia! Wesley creates his own food, clothing, shelter, games, language even, and gradually wins over the other children.
|Publication date:||3rd December 2007|
|Publisher:||Walker Books Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Paul Fleischman, like Wesley, made up his own alternative world as a child. My friends and I invented our own sports, ran an underground newspaper, and created our own school culture, he says. One of America's leading writers for young people, he has won many awards, including a Newbery Medal. His books include the picture book City Circus (9780744573657) and the teen novel A Fate Worse Than Death (9781844286089). Kevin Hawkes is the illustrator and author of a number of books for children including Library Lion (9780744598599), Me, All Alone, at the End of the World (9781406304824) and City Circus. He lives with his ...More About Paul Fleischman