When two kids visit Grandma’s house for their usual visit, they can’t help but think she’s stuffy and no fun at all. Even the dinner she makes is predictable. But when Grandma goes missing and wild animals start popping up around the house, they realise she has a secret...

A gorgeously illustrated picture book about not judging people based on appearances, and the how families can work together to help save the planet, author/illustrator Martin Stanev's debut book will make a beautiful, and fun, addition to any child’s bookshelf.


Martin Stanev is recent graduate from Falmouth University, where he gained a First Class Degree in Illustration. Inspired by his Eastern European roots, he strives to create fascinating and meaningful stories through children’s illustration and strong narratives. This is Martin’s first book.


A visit to Grandma’s house has surprising consequences in this original, magical debut, which celebrates family bonds and how we can work together to save the planet.

The Bookseller

The illustrations are full of wonder and magic; there is so much rich detail to absorb on every page.

JUNO Magazine

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