The fourth title from the author-artist Emily Rand explores environmental issues, recycling, and the importance of being neighborly
Mr. McDuff lives in a house full of stuff! He loves collecting things—bits and pieces that he thinks could be useful one day, but that his neighbors call junk! They all keep their houses neat and tidy, and hurry by without saying hello. Everyone except Mo, that is. Can Mo and Mr. McDuff convince the rest of the neighborhood that his stuff is useful, and that reusing and repairing is often better than throwing things away?
After graduating from the London College of Communication in 2008, Emily Rand worked in children’s art education in museums and schools. In the Darkness of the Night is Rand’s second book with Tate Publishing, following A Dog Day. She lives in East London.