The sparklingly funny debut picture book from Juno Dawson, bestselling writer and activist.
Sometimes people say to me: ‘What happened to your brother, Bill?’
That’s when I look them in the eye and say: ‘Hun, you need to chill.’
When Bill can’t be found at school one day, the imaginations of the other children run wild. Is he on holiday? Is he lost in the park? Has he been eaten by a shark?! It’s up to Bill’s sister to explain…
‘A timely, perfectly positive and reassuring read.’ Steven Lenton
Juno Dawson’ debut picture book is a witty and fun-filled rhyming story about family, identity and allyship. Bold, joyful and warm-hearted, its message of love and inclusivity shines through on every page.
Juno Dawson is the internationally bestselling author of Young Adult novels and non-fiction, including Clean and This Book Is Gay, as well as a novelist, screenwriter, journalist, and a columnist for Attitude magazine. Her work has appeared in Glamour, Dazed, Grazia and the Guardian, and she was chosen by Val McDermid as ‘one of the ten most compelling LGBTQ+ writers working in the UK today’.