Born Bad by C.K. Smouha & Stephen SmithOnly 2 left!
A boldly illustrated tale of acceptance and change. Wolf wasn’t happy being Wolf. When he looked in the mirror he looked BAD. And when he looked bad, he felt bad, and when he felt bad, he acted bad. Wolf wants to change but he’s not sure how. He goes on a journey, meeting members of the animal kingdom that experience change; a chameleon, a salamander, a seal, a parrotfish and a flatfish, to name a few. With their help he undergoes a magnificent transition...
C. K. Smouha is a television writer and author living and working in London. Her writing credits include Clique (BBC2) and Dates (Channel 4). Born Bad is her first children's book. Stephen Smith is an illustrator and artist who has been working under the studio name of Neasden Control Centre since 2000. He is known for his multi-disciplined process led graphic compositions, hand drawn illustrations and typography. Born Bad is his first children's book.
Hardback: 28 pages.
28.5cm x 21.5cm.
Age: 3-7 Years.