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How can tomorrow ever be as good as yesterday? Boy doesn't think it can be and puts all his scientific knowledge to use, trying to work out how to go faster than the speed of light and make time go backwards. His grandad discovers him exploring the garden looking for wormholes, a possible shortcut back to yesterday - and reassures him that tomorrow will hold great experiences, which will become new treasured memories.

Looking for yesterday - Alison Jay

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Title
Looking for yesterday
Author
Alison Jay
format
Hardback
Publisher
Old Barn Books
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20170810

How can tomorrow ever be as good as yesterday? Boy doesn't think it can be and puts all his scientific knowledge to use, trying to work out how to go faster than the speed of light and make time go backwards. His grandad discovers him exploring the garden looking for wormholes, a possible shortcut back to yesterday - and reassures him that tomorrow will hold great experiences, which will become new treasured memories.

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Alison Jay is an acclaimed picture book illustrator. She graduated from the London College of Printing, and has been a full-time illustrator ever since. She has illustrated a large number of books for children. This is her second self-authored picture book for Old Barn Books. Her first, 'Bee & Me' was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal 2017.

A 'The Bookseller' Pick for Autumn 2017.

Looking for yesterday is a lyrical, exquisitely-illustrated adventure through time and a heartfelt entreaty not to dwell in the past but look to the future - for our greatest adventures are still ahead of us.
(A lesson that adults need to learn just as much as children.)
It is also a poignant portrayal of a relationship between grandson and grandad and a lovely synthesis of scientific concepts and realms of the imagination.
Armadillo magazine - Rebecca Rouillard

Type
BOOK
Edition
|Hardback original
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
30 unnumbered

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