Grandad and Milly reunite to learn about Pride and the power of community in this touching and vibrant sequel to Waterstones Prize-winning Grandad's Camper.
The highly-anticipated sequel to Waterstones Prize-winning Grandad's Camper celebrates the power of community and the importance of LGBTQIA+ history.
Milly can't wait to spend a summer at Grandad's cottage by the sea, and is even more excited when she discovers Grandad and Gramps’ Pride flag in the attic. Grandad insists he's too old to go to the London celebrations, especially now Gramps isn’t around any more, but Milly has an idea to get the local community together and bring Pride to Grandad.
Praise for Grandad’s Camper, an ALA Stonewall Book and winner of the Waterstones Children’s Book Award:
‘A book to treasure … an utter delight’ David Walliams
‘A colour-flooded riot of memory ... beautiful ‘ GUARDIAN
‘Full of warmth, colour and joy’ BOOKTRUST
‘An instant classic’ DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE"
Harry Woodgate (pronouns: they/them) is an award-winning illustrator, who was shortlisted for the V&A Illustration Awards 2019 and the Folio Society Book Illustration Competition 2018 and 2019. Their debut picture book Grandad’s Camper won the Waterstones Children’s Book Award for picture books in 2022 and was an ALA Stonewall Honor Book. It was inspired by their university dissertation, which revealed a lack of representation for older LGBT characters in children’s books. When they’re not creating amazing books, they love writing music, cycling, baking, and exploring independent coffee shops and bookstores. Harry is based in St Albans, UK.
Beautiful follow-up to Grandad’s Camper, filled with heart and purpose
Families, Top Children’s Book Picks for 2023
Beautiful and joyous
Sure to be a hit with children and grandparents, as well as anyone who wants to share joyful stories about LGBTQ+ families with young readers
The Bookseller Buyer’s Guide, Highlight of the Season
[An] adorable and uplifting sequel
A charming tale of community and acceptance with a finale that is quite wonderful in its poignant but life-affirming message