A hilarious story about finding your place in the world
George is a bit of a grump. He doesn’t like ice cream, his tiny house, or the crowded city he lives in. Perhaps he would be happier if he could find a place that truly feels like home. And so George decides to go exploring…
Young children will delight in this fun, inviting story about discovering where you really belong.
Fun book with lots of different biospheres represented. Could help a little reader learn why their home is perfect for them.
Ronojoy Ghosh has been an art director in the advertising industry for the past eighteen years, which has included stints in India, Indonesia, Singapore, and New Zealand. He currently lives in Australia with his wife and son. His first children’s picture book Ollie and the Wind was shortlisted for Book of the Year by the Children’s Book Council of Australia in 2016. His second book No Place Like Home, a story about a grumpy polar bear, is available in Australia. Ghosh is also the illustrator of Mem Fox’s I’m an Immigrant Too. His books have been translated into German, Chinese, Spanish, and Korean.