A poignant and pertinent exploration of life below the poverty line from the critically acclaimed award-winning creator of My Name is Not Refugee.
Mum works really hard, but today there is no money left and no food in the cupboards. Forced to visit the local foodbank, Mum feels ashamed that they have to rely on the kindness of others, but her young daughter can still see all the good in her day like reading and drawing, and even the foodbank. Maybe one day things will be different but for now together they brighten up even the darkest of days.
A moving insight into the sad rise and necessity of foodbanks from the perspective of society’s most vulnerable.
'A much-needed, lovely book for small children which explains the refugee crisis in a simple, child-friendly way' - Jacqueline Wilson
'I recommend this beautiful and important book for the little ones in your life' - David Walliams
'The illustrations do just what they should allowing the reader... a chance to imagine and to empathise' - Lauren Child