Poor Dad. He's just lost his job—his beloved camera shop has gone out of business.
Emma's happy that he'll be home more now, but she can tell how sad Dad is. So she decides that it's her job to cheer him up.
But as the days wear on, will Dad be able to stop worrying?
Dad’s At Home is a modern and relatable story about appreciating the everyday moments with the ones we love.
About the Author:
Lily Kong’s short stories and other writings have been published in magazines and newspapers. She won the NUS Literary Society Writing Contest for an English short story in 1985 and the National Arts Council’s Beyond Words Chinese Picture Book Writing Contest in 2013. She majored in English Literature and Economics at the National University of Singapore and holds teaching diplomas in English as a Second Language, Speech and Drama, Public Speaking and Early Childhood Education. She is effectively bilingual.
About the Illustrator:
Jeanette is a graduate from NTU's School of Art, Design & Media. Her works are inspired by nature, books and good people. She hopes that her drawings would bring warmth to more hearts.
Size: 210mm x 260mm
Published: October 2016