Skip to Main Content

About The Book

What would you do if your eyebrows disappeared? Would you notice? Would you care?When Eleanor's eyebrows disappear, she doesn't care one bit. After all what's the point of eyebrows - they're just two silly, scruffy, hairy little bits of fluff!

This hilarious and surreal book follows the eyebrows' adventures as extra legs for an ant pretending to be a spider, a twirly moustache for a magician and a furry exclamation mark.

About The Author

Timothy Knapman is both writer and playwright. He was cast adrift on a boat made of books when he was very small, but made his way to Surrey where he now lives. He is the author of Mungo and the Picture Book Pirates, Mungo and the Dinosaur Island, The Twelve Unicorns of Christmas, and the smash hit Dinosaurs in the Supermarket.

About The Illustrator

David Tazzyman is an internationally acclaimed award-winning illustrator.

Born and raised in Leicester, David wanted to be an artist from the age of 5.

He graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1993, then travelled around Asia with sketchbooks for 3 years, before moving to London in 1997. David worked as a commercial illustrator before falling into children’s publishing in 2006, illustrating Andy Stanton’s Mr Gum series which went on to win numerous awards, including the first Roald Dahl Funny Prize in 2008. He has illustrated many children’s books since, including Eleanor’s EyebrowsYou Can’t Take An Elephant On The BusThe Truth According to ArthurThe PetDonut DiariesCircus Of Thieves and Einstein the Penguin.  

He now lives in Leicestershire with his partner and 3 children. David likes drawing a lot. He also likes football, cricket, music, holidays and biscuits. He still does not like celery.

 

Product Details

  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's UK (June 6, 2013)
  • Length: 32 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780857078414
  • Ages: 3 - 99

Browse Related Books

Resources and Downloads

High Resolution Images

More books from this author: Timothy Knapman

More books from this illustrator: David Tazzyman