The Hole Story
When Hamish and Hermione Hole are chased out of the cheese where they live, they search the palace for a new place to call home. But the Holes cause havoc wherever they go—no one wants holes in their underwear, bike tire, or boat! Exhausted, the pair rest in a piece of wood, only to be discovered by the palace carpenter, who knows that holes can be really useful—especially when you are making beautiful musical instruments.
|Interest Level||Preschool - Grade 3|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Genre||Fiction, Picture Books|
|Publisher||Andersen Press USA|
|Imprint||Andersen Press USA|
|Number of Pages||32|
“This inventive story with fairy-tale flair would be a great pick for a silly storytime.”—Booklist
“A first step into the world of ontology, picture-book style! . . . A good choice for budding philosophers.”—Kirkus Reviews
Author: Paul Bright
Paul Bright originally trained as an engineer—which is rather unusual for a children's author. He lives in the UK and his work has taken him all over the world.
Illustrator: Bruce Ingman
Bruce Ingman studied illustration at the Royal College of Art, London. His first book, When Martha's Away, won a National Art Library Award. Since then he has produced a number of highly distinctive books.