A new edition of an outstanding picture book by one of the most popular of all contemporary author/illustrators.
On Thursday morning at a quarter past ten, Joseph Kaye notices something odd about the kettle... Thus begins a remarkable day for Joseph, a day in which everything seems to change in the most peculiar of ways. The washbasin grows feet, the armchair becomes a gorilla, his bicycle wheel turns into an apple ... Joseph's father had said when he'd left that morning that everything was going to change. But what had he meant? The book explores the boy's state of mind as he prepares for the return of his parents with his new baby sister.
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 236 g
Dimensions: 300 x 250 x 5 mm
Browne's meticulously unpredictable illustrations create an extraordinary atmosphere. * The Guardian *
Again, Anthony Browne deals with an important issue in his individual and fascinating way. * Child Education *
Exceptional Illustrations * Independent on Sunday *