Friends tells the story of the emotional ups and downs of friendship through a group of loveable monsters – from fighting and teasing to laughing and cuddling.
Each spread features one emotionally charged word and a characterful scribbly illustration. There’s plenty to explore in the expressions of the monsters, whether it’s the mischievous delight of pinching a friend or the meaningful glance that says just how much you miss a special monster.
Little monsters of all ages will love this book.
Mies van Hout studied at the Arts Academy in Groningen. She works as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. Mies van Hout’s work has been published in more than twenty countries.
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