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How can tomorrow ever be as good as today? Afraid of tomorrow, a little boy puts all his scientific knowledge to use in an attempt to turn back time and stay in the wonderful past. Luckily, his grandfather discovers him exploring the wormholes in the garden, trying to find a way back - and by showing him the photos of some of his wonderful past experiences, reassures the boy that there is plenty to look forward to and that every day gives the chance for a new adventure. Nominated for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal 2018.
|Publication date:||5th July 2018|
|Publisher:||Old Barn Books|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Alison Jay's distinctive artwork style has been garnering awards for children's book illustration for 30 years now. Here, for the first time, she mixes her 'crackle glaze' nostalgic style with the more 'now' feel of gouache as we switch from past to present and back again. Alison's early career in animation can be glimpsed in the swooping movement of the artwork and the signature detail of the scenes, giving plenty to look at and discuss time and time again.More About Alison Jay