Terry and the Brilliant Book is a warm and witty book about sharing and the joy to be found in reading and playing with friends.
Terry and Sue are best friends. And every year, for their birthdays, they give one another a ball. They love playing ball together! But then, one birthday, Sue gives Terry . . . a book! At first Terry is confused. You can't bounce a book, and you can't bat a book. What on earth is he meant to do with it? But when he eventually starts reading it, he finds the book is so good that he just can't put it down. And this brings a host of problems all of its own . . .
Nicola Kent's wonderfully imaginative rhyming text, bright, jewel-like colours and eye-catching illustrations make this a truly stunning picture book - perfect for sharing!
Nicola Kent graduated from the prestigious Cambridge School of Art MA with a distinction and was Highly Commended in the Macmillan Prize for Illustration in 2016. She worked for ten years as a television producer at the BBC and Channel 4 before following her dream of becoming an author and illustrator of children's books, including The Strongest Mum and Vera Jewel is Late for School. Nicola lives in London with her partner and two children.