Oscar learns about the power of books and the importance of imagination in this sweet story about sharing and growing up.
When Oscar's older sister starts reading books with no pictures in them, Oscar worries she'll never share picture books with him again...
Oscar loves story time, but best of all he loves the pictures in his books and the games he plays with his big sister, based on the characters. So when she comes home from school one day with a book that only has words, he doesn’t understand. Why does she like it so much, and how can he ever share it with her?
Discover that all books are magical, with the power of imagination. ,Also by Margaret Sturton: A Fo Called Herbert, Two Can Play
Margaret Sturton is a Hampshire-based author and illustrator who studied a BA and MA in Fine Art Sculpture, and subsequently gained an MA in Children’s Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. Margaret’s mixed ethnic heritage inspires her exploration of identity and belonging, and the idea for her debut picture book A Fox Called Herbert came to her on a train journey as the words ‘I am a fox’ sprung into her mind.