This award-winning classic tale about a scarecrow's place in the world will charm all young children.
Ken Brown is an award-winning author and illustrator, having
created many picture books for Andersen Press. His books have been
translated into many languages all over the world. He is married to
fellow picture book illustrator Ruth Brown, and they have two
grown-up sons and one grandchild.
Sandra Horn trained as a clinical psychologist, but writing has always been a passion of hers. She won the TVS Prize for Best TV Script at a Southampton Writer's Conference. She is married, and has 3 grown-up sons.
"Excellent for reading aloud" * Evening Standard *
"A gentle story of hope and renewal" * Daily Mirror *
"Beautiful" * Daily Telegraph *
"A beautifully written book and one that is very enjoyable to read aloud . . . its underlying theme of hope and renewal will provide many talking points and will ultimately leave young readers and their parents feeling most uplifted." * THE BOOKBAG *
"The story is one of gentle rejuvenation . . . a lovely pastoral piece." * THE SCHOOL LIBRARIAN *