“Eversole’s spare narrative mixes tongue-in-cheek exaggeration, childhood fears and adventure, inspiring Campbell to contrast the rough and the refined, designing detailed watercolor worlds brimming with humor and beauty. This primer on friendship wrapped in hijinks is paced for maximum pleasure.”
November 15, 2011, *STAR
"Watercolor visions of both dragon realms combine traditional folk art and contemporary originality with cross-sectioned full-page images. Far-eastern architecture contrasts with European medieval castles, while modern technology, toys, and conveniences add a twist of the unexpected. Readers can search the pages for humorous scenes of modern comforts–a celebration with rock bands, karaoke, soccer for “tin” men and pizza for all. With an underlying message of the ills of prejudgment, this title should find a place in all libraries."
—School Library Journal,
About the Author
Dr. Robyn Eversole
lives in Tasmania with her husband, Wayne; their daughter, Rebekkah; and various household members with fur, feathers, and fins. As an anthropologist, she has worked in South Africa and in universities across Australia. She has published six books for children.Scott Campbell
also illustrated Zombie in Love.
He is an art director and illustrator who has art developed video games such as Psychonauts and created comics such as Igloo Head and Tree Head
. Visit Scott and see more of his work at PyramidCar.com.