In her second self-authored picture book for Old Barn Books, Alison Jay explores a child's fear of tomorrow. How can tomorrow ever be as good as today?
A little boy 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 grandfather discovers him exploring the wormholes in the garden, looking for Professor Hawking's shortcut - and reassures him that tomorrow will hold great experiences, which will become new treasured memories.
- Hardback book
- 32 pages