Author(s): Sam Zuppardi (Illustrator)
Could George's escape from his pesky brothers be a bit too successful? An ode to imagination --and annoying but indispensable siblings.
George's little brothers wreck his toys and his games and trail after him wherever he goes. Try as he might, there's just no hiding from them. George has had enough So he commandeers an empty washing machine box and goes to the one place his brothers can't follow: Nowhere. Nowhere is amazing It's magnificent It's also, however, free of pirates and dragons and . . . well, anyone at all. From exciting new talent Sam Zuppardi comes an all-too-relatable story of an older brother who knows when he needs his space -- and when he needs his siblings -- played out in charmingly offbeat illustrations.
Sam Zuppardi says he used to draw cartoons at school when he was supposed to be doing work. Among other things, he has worked in a book warehouse, a bookstore, and a toy store, and is currently working with children. "The Nowhere Box" is his first picture book. He lives in England.