Move over, Bonnie and Clyde, because there’s a new criminal mastermind in town . . . Baby Frank! Baby Frank is dangerously cute, and he’s about to pull off the most daring baby bank heist ever. Why? His parents say that he can’t have a pet—“pets are for older kids,” “be happy with your teddy,” and “they cost too much to keep,” they say. What’s a baby to do . . . ? Rob a bank, of course! You have been warned . . . With eye-catching illustrations from Guardian cartoonist Stephen Collins, this laugh-out-loud rhyming text is Boss Baby meets Mission Impossible.
Jim Whalley went to school in England with the intention of writing silly stories but got sidetracked into student journalism and academia. He ended up with a PhD in Film Studies and got back to writing in his spare time. He eventually quit academia because the stories were more fun, a move he justified by also renovating a house. He now lives in that house in the United Kingdom with his wife and two children, Fletch and Charlie.
Stephen Collins is an illustrator and cartoonist who lives in the United Kingdom with his wife and three children, Frank, George, and Megan. His work has appeared in many publications worldwide, and he has a weekly comic in Guardian Weekend magazine. He is the author and illustrator of the graphic novel, The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil.