by Jill Dana

• A fun and humorous story for exploring the themes of self-identity, self-discovery and self-worth
• Promotes discussion about home and what it means to different individuals
• Introduces readers to word play and puns
• Encourages readers to be curious about different types of foods and where they come from
• Includes discussion questions to help children think more deeply about the themes covered in the story, with facts about where food comes from and how it is produced.
• Introduces readers to word play and puns.

Fresh from the farm, Butternut awakes to find himself lost in a supermarket. Is he butter? Is he a nut? Is he squash or squashed? Just who is he and where does he belong?

Join Butternut on his journey through the supermarket aisles as he makes new friends and discovers more about himself.

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Product Details

  • Binding : Hardback
  • Number of Pages : 32
  • Publisher : Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
  • Weight : 200g
  • Product Code : 9789814893626
  • Dimension : 210 X 255 mm

About Author

Jill Dana

The Author
Jill Dana draws her inspiration from fruits and vegetables. The first film she produced at the University of Southern California MFA program was a one-minute film about a pear exploring his world. She hopes Butternut and her other works, will inspire readers to look at the world in new ways and promote greater compassion. Jill is a certified elementary educator with a Master of Education from Florida Atlantic University. She also studied psychology and motion pictures at the University of Miami. For more information, visit @JillDanaBooks.

The Illustrator
Rachel Tan-Hwee (@rattanhwee) loves telling stories with her art and has been in love with drawing and painting since she was little. Rachel lives in bright and sunny Singapore where tall buildings grow. Her love for plants and animals inspires her to create pictures so everyone can see the world through her eyes.