Benny’s little brother is really good at a lot of things - making potions and paper airplanes, building forts, putting on puppet shows, even petting the neighbours cat. But whenever he tries to join in Benny’s activities, all Benny ever says is ‘No’. Maybe his little brother can watch him do cool stuff, if he’s lucky. What is a little fox to do, except give Benny a taste of his own medicine? Totally familiar yet fresh and original, tenderly told and consistently funny, this story perfectly captures the joys (and annoyances!) of sibling relationships.
<p>Cary Fagan is an award-winning author of books for children and adults. He has won the Vicky Metcalf Award for Children’s Literature, the Jewish Book Award, the IODE Jean Throop Book Award and the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award, among others. His many books include the picture book <em>A Cage Went in Search of a Bird</em>, illustrated by Banafsheh Erfanian (“An original and thought-provoking exploration of the rhythms of friendship –<em>Kirkus</em>, starred review) and the short novel <em>The Hollow Under the Tree</em>, an Ontario Library Association Best Bet. Cary lives with his family in Toronto.</p>