One child can do everything – read a book, ride a bike and go high on the swing, but another child can't. One child can play, but two can't (as the first child refuses to let the other join in). But when the first child finds something difficult (they're afraid of swimming), and sees two children playing together on a see-saw, they realise that it's more fun to play together and help each other.
A visually told delightful first story about sharing for very young picture book lovers, told by the established author of I Love You Night and Day & Don't Call Me Sweet and illustrated by debut artist Ben Javens.
SMRITI PRASADAM-HALLS is the international bestselling author of I LOVE YOU NIGHT AND DAY and DON’T CALL ME SWEET, both published by Bloomsbury. Before becoming a full time writer in 2012, she worked in children’s publishing and television. She lives in London with her husband and three children, reading, writing and eating avocado pears.
BEN JAVENS left the beloved Yorkshire town he grew up in and moved to the heart of England where he graduated with a degree in Fine Art from the University of Central England in 1997. After wandering for several years in the wilderness that is life after graduation he found his true calling as an illustrator and hasn't looked back since. Ben has worked for clients such as The New York Times, TOMS, Warburtons, 8th Continent, Hugo Boss, Anorak, The Guardian, Die Zeit, Timeout Magazine and Static Caravan. He lives in Birmingham. Two Can is his first picture book.