A young child, frustrated by all the things he can't do, finds satisfaction in smashing stuff. When he realizes he can build things by putting together the broken pieces, it's a creative breakthrough!
This is a story for all ages about identity and finding one's gifts.
About the authors
Adam Schafer grew up immersed in books, art, movies and comics. He studied film at Humber College and he currently works in visual effects production, having helped make such films as The Shape of Water and Nightmare Alley. He strives to make his picture books a cinematic experience.
Noel Tuazon was born in Manila, Philippines, but has been living in Toronto, Ontario, since the 1970s. Noel studied Fine Arts and Art History at the University of Toronto and Animation at Max the Mutt. Since 2006, Noel has also worked on storyboard revisions at Nelvana Animation for TV shows such as Grossology, Babar And The New Adventures of Badou, and Ranger Rob. Noel has illustrated comics, graphic novels, and picture books, including Wild One and A Good Day for Ducks, both authored by Jane Whittingham.