Author(s): Tom McLaughlin
His real name was Franklin. But everyone called him The Cloudspotter . . .The Cloudspotter doesn't have many friends. He spends his time, all by himself, spotting not just clouds but adventures in the sky. This way, he doesn't feel so alone. Then, one day, an unexpected visitor appears in his adventures and it throws everything up in the air. Could it be that two cloudspotters are better than one?A beautifully realised picture book, celebrating the power of the imagination and the importance of friendship, from the creator of "The Story Machine."
A beautifully realised picture book, celebrating the power of the imagination and the importance of friendship, from the creator of The Story Machine
A winner of a book about the power of drawing and storytelling Praise for The Story Machine, Oliver Jeffers A charming, rewarding, instructive read Praise for The Story Machine, Financial Times
TOM MCLAUGHLIN is the author/illustrator of "The Story Machine" (Bloomsbury) and also the "Captain Boots" series of picture books (Puffin). He loves drinking tea, eating lunch and drawing, and he would quite like to be a virtuoso banjo player. He lives in Devon.