There's going to be a costume parade and the whole class is excited. Everyone is making plans, but Sacha still doesn't know what he's going to wear. "I'm coming as something different" he says.
A delightful book by an award-winning team about dressing up, being different and surprising yourself. What will you be is all about identity and individuality.
Allen & Unwin
Author: Simon French
Illustrator: Donna Rawlins
Review: Beautifully illustrated to inspire imagination and cleverly written to celebrate individuality.
About the Author:
Simon French began his writing career as a thirteen-year-old in Sydney's western suburbs and had his first novel published five years later, while he was still at high school. In the years since, Simon has earned critical acclaim and several awards, including the 1987 CBCA Book of the Year Award for All We Know. Where in the World, Simon's first novel in ten years, was longlisted for the 2003 Guardian Children's Fiction Award.
About the Illustrator
Donna Rawlins has worked in many areas of publishing as a printer, darkroom technician, graphic artist, lecturer, book designer and book editor. One of her first picture books for children was Tucking Mummy In, which was shortlisted for the 1988 CBCA Picture Book of the Year and was an American Library Association Notable Book. My Place won the Young Readers Award in 1988 and a special bicentennial Eve Pownall Award. Her first picture book with Simon French, Guess the Baby, was shortlisted in the 2003 CBCA Book