By Jerome Keane
Illustrated by Susana De Dios
One of childhood's toughest lessons - learning to share - is explored with side-splitting humour and pure style.
Sometimes it's hard to share, but Fox and Horse show the funny side!
Fox and Horse were BORED.
There was nothing to do as nothing had happened for a Very Long Time.
But then something DID happen. A thing arrived...
"It's MINE!" said Horse.
"It's MINE!" said Fox.
One 'thing' between two characters? How is that going to work? Follow Horse and Fox as they eventually learn that playing together is best.
Heaps of humour makes this important life lesson easy to learn - with witty text and terrifically funny art.
Jerome and Susana are married with a son and a daughter who provide them with lots of inspiration for their Horse and Fox characters. Before creating MINE! they produced an iPad app called The Phantom Clickerist, a digital story book for children. Jerome and Susana are both designers, working mostly in magazines.
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05 Feb 2015
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Comic illustrations from Susana de Dios, bold colours and a great deal to notice within the pictures will make this stylish picture book a firm favourite with children. — Bookseller
Bold... colourful... and a great little core message about sharing and friendship. Lovely! — Read It Daddy!
Simple text and bright stylised illustrations make this an excellent book to share with your child and convey this all-important message in a fun and effective way. — Parents in Touch
Lovely... instantly eye-catching and engaging... a good underlying moral. — Bookbag
Stylish, and very funny, superbly expressive illustrations complete the package. — Red Reading Hub
Learning to share is explored with humour and pure style in this eye-catching picture book. — Junior News & Mail
Fresh and very funny. Gorgeous contemporary artwork too. — Bookseller
A fresh and very funny take on the classic picture book theme of sharing. — The Bookseller
Beautiful, with lovely bold coloured illustrations — School Librarian
A wonderful read — Carousel