“Lovingly written and painted, this strange and silly book will delight everyone who reads it. The grown-up people who read it may find it confusing. But young people, I think, will understand that in its strangeness and silliness it mirrors our own strange and silly world.” — Eleanor Davis, author of Stinky and How to Be Happy
On a normal morning, a boy named Thomas discovers his mother has been replaced by a fern... a monstrous fern! What happened to his mom? Did the fern eat her? Where did this fern come from anyway? Outer space? Will it eat him? Will it eat his father too? That Night, a Monster... is a beautifully painted all ages comic-book that helps very young readers grapple with fear change and the unknown.
Marzena Sowa is an internationally renowned Polish graphic novelist. Her best known work Marzi—a memoir of Communist Poland through the eyes of a child—has been translated into several languages. She loves dictionaries and cheesecake, hates spiders, and is crazy skateboarder (even if she is not very good!). Marzena lives in Brussels.
Berenika Ko¬¨¬®‚àö√ñâomycka is a cartoonist, sculptor, illustrator, and recipient of the Grand Prix at the ¬¨¬®‚àö√ñ¬¨¬®‚àö√ñodz International Comics Festival. She's also the author of Tiny Fox & Big Boar series of comics for kids. She lives in Warsaw, Poland.
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