One of a Kind | Author: Neil Packer
The animal kingdom, modes of transport, musical instruments, art and architectural movements, and even the clouds in the sky … anything and everything can be sorted into groups! Framed by a charming narrative about a father and son, this is a book about categories; on a journey into town, a boy called Arvo explores the many ways in which we classify the world around us, to fascinating – and often charming – effect.
One of a Kind marks Neil Packer’s debut as an author-illustrator, following his extraordinary artwork for Peter Frankopan’s The Silk Roads. With a witty text and breathtaking pictures, this story deserves its title: a true original by a remarkable talent.Hardback
37.0 x 27.0cm
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