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What Can We Be?

What Can We Be?

Author: Ryan Crawford and Kayla Coombs

Available June 6th 2019! Pre-Order Today!

What Can We Be? is a brand new picture book where girls' imaginations run riot and incredible stories are told!

Pirates, Wizards, Astronauts and more! What CanWe Be? is a delightfully playful daddy and daughter story.

Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 254x203x3
ISBN: 9781910265857
Category: Tiny Tree

 
£ 6.99
 

Pirates, Wizards, Astronauts and more! What CanWe Be? is a delightfully playful daddy and daughter story.

Millie LOVES playing with her friends at school but finds home time so BORING. 

Her friends fly rocket ships, fight dragons, cast spells, protect cities from supervillains even sail the seven seas — all from the comfort of their bedrooms! 

 After all, with a sharp imagination, and a little help from Dad, you can be anything she wants to be!

About the Author 

Ryan Crawford is a writer, husband, and father living in London. After breaking into publishing through Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, his latest book - “What Can We Be?” takes those escapist concepts and channels them into a children’s picture book. His goal has always been to tell stories that capture the imagination as well as reinforcing important themes like family and friendship. And WCWB aims to take children on an inspirational journey that helps them explore the depths of pretend-play and the bond it creates between parents and children. A bond he shares with his own two kids. 

About the Illustrator 

Kayla Coombs is an Australian illustrator widely known for her playful, personality-packed characters. Her vibrant character-based illustrations and the stories they tell have captured the hearts of thousands of fans around the world. Since leaving her previous career as an analytical chemist she has designed illustrations for a range of projects including animation, products, and commercial illustrations for clients like Adobe. Now, her childhood dream of illustrating a children’s book becomes a reality in her debut book What Can We Be? 



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