Saturday, 16 March 2013
Eleanor's Eyebrows by Timothy Knapman and David Tazzyman
Children ask numerous questions and many of these adults are unable to answer. Eleanor asks one such question - 'What is the point of eyebrows? they're just two silly, scruffy, hairy, little bits of fluff!'
This book is a great read for children (and adults) alike. Where would two scruffy, hairy little bits of fluff be useful and loved: a butterfly house; a magician's moustache or tyres on a motorbike to name but a few suggestions?
The story is a fun and humorous read and will be loved by children of all ages. The illustrations add further humour to the text and will be a great source for discussion around story time.
Thank you to the publishers, Simon and Schuster, for sending me the book to review.