Harold and Grace by Sean E. Avery

Fri 30 March 2018

Harold and Grace are a tadpole and a caterpillar who are teased for being different. They become friends, grow apart, and become closer once again. This is a sweet story, written and illustrated by Sean E. Avery (who is also an art teacher and sculptor!), about the ebbs and flows of friendship, metamorphosis, and the special connections we cherish. Buy your own copy of the book here, published by Fremantle Press.

Read by Travis Nippard. Sound design by Max Gosford.

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