"I get along well with honey badgers," says the protagonist of this story. After all, he was raised by a pair of them. Protected by his adoptive parents, who represent the most fearless species on the planet, this boy has nothing to fear as he eats (only flowers) and drinks (spring water) and sleeps (in a den) and plays (with kites made of ferns). In this nonsensical picture book, first-time author Jamison Odone navigates a boldly wild and unabashedly strange style. Radiant, exotic, spooky illustrations highlight the unorthodox sequence of the protagonist's statements that explain his bizarre life.
|Product dimensions:||9.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||7 - 9 Years|
About the Author
Jamison Odone moved to Ridgefield, Connecticut after graduating from The Art Institute of Boston. He can often be found walking through the woods with a notebook, searching for ideas. Jamison sleeps very little and spends many of his waking ho
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