The Night Box – Louise Greig & Ashling Lindsay
Our friend Edward Underwood has just been shortlisted for the Klaus Flugge Prize for his work Big Box Little Box; joining him on the shortlist is this paperback by Louise Greig and Ashling Lindsay.
The Night Box is a story about nighttime and how our perception is altered by the transition from day to night; how the chatter of day time slips away and noises become rarer and sharpened, how colour disappears and how it is all encompassing. It’s a lovely story – and probably very suitable for anyone who is scared of the dark – and beautifully illustrated.
32 pages. Measurements: 24.5cm x 27.4cm