How the Borks Became Hardcover – 3 May 2018
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"An amazing find! An easy to understand, hilarious and devastating book about evolution! The illustrations of the little Borklings discovering they need fur, longer necks, camouflage... I'm dying. I love it." - Goodreads
"A clever little lesson on natural selection through a story of the borks. Love love love. It's so difficult to find good children's books but one that teaches too? Rare!"- Goodreads
About the Author
Jonathan Emmett's books have been translated into 30 languages and have won fifteen awards in Britain and the USA. He trained and worked as an architect but left the profession to become a stay-at-home dad and pursue a career as an author and paper engineer. His first book, Doohickey and the Robot, was published in 1999 and he has since written over 60 more books for children. When he's not writing or paper-engineering, Jonathan likes to design and make furniture. He lives in Leicester. An author as well as an artist, Elys Dolan grew up in Sussex, went to Cambridge School of Art, and lives in Cambridge. Her own books include Weasels and Nuts in Space, and her Mr Bunny's Chocolate Factory won Best Laugh Out Loud Picture Book in the 2019 Lollies. She lives in Cambridge.
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Additionally, at the end of the book, and separate from the story, real evolution of familiar animals and humans is briefly touched on for those who are ready to expand on the concept.
Brilliant all round. A must have book!