Dandelion

Author(s): Galvin Scott Davis

Picture Books

Benjamin Brewster is a very particular little boy. He attends the School for the Misguided, a place for never-do-wells and bullies. A place where happy thoughts are quick to run and hide. A place where dreams and thoughts are squished. Until one day dandelions appear by Benjamin's side and he finds the courage and imagination to force the bullies to take flight. Bullying, after all, is for people with no imagination. This magical interactive book for children is based on a bestselling children's iTunes app and came about when Galvin Scott Davis's son experienced bullying. The story encourages parents and children to discuss bullying and discover whether some problems can be solved with a little imagination.

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In the spirit of Where the Wild Things Are and Grimm's Fairytales, Dandelion is a moving book for children about bullying and the power of imagination. Based on a number 1 bestselling children's- book app on iTunes.

Benjamin Brewster is a very particular little boy. He attends the School for the Misguided, a place for never-do-wells and bullies. A place where happy thoughts are quick to run and hide. A place where dreams and thoughts are squished. Until one day dandelions appear by Benjamin's side and he finds the courage and imagination to force the bullies to take flight. Bullying, after all, is for people with no imagination.

This magical interactive book for children is based on a bestselling children's iTunes app and came about when Galvin Scott Davis's son experienced bullying. The story encourages parents and children to discuss bullying and discover whether some problems can be solved with a little imagination.

The story for Dandelion came about when Galvin Scott Davis's son experienced bullying.

GALVIN SCOTT DAVIS is an award-winning writer and Creative Director of digital media company, Protein. Galvin developed the story of Dandelion after one of his son's experienced bullying. Galvin lives in Sydney with his wife and three children.

General Fields

  • : 9780857981028
  • : Random House Australia
  • : Random House Australia Children's Books
  • : February 2013
  • : 295mm X 231mm
  • : Australia
  • : January 2013
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Galvin Scott Davis
  • : Hardback
  • : 413
  • : Anthony Ishinjerro
  • : 48