“The Day The Costumes Stuck is a delightfully quirky tale that will stimulate the imagination, and will leave a fun and lasting impression on children. Filled with Toby’s striking and colourful illustrations, this book will bring a smile to all. The moral of the story that ‘everyone has a role to play’ is a valuable lesson for children to discover and enjoy.”
Iggy can’t seem to take off his party costume but his parents don’t seem to notice that Iggy has turned into the boogie monster! But that’s not the weirdest part… A funny, original and heart-warming story destined to become a new family favourite…
Toby Morris (interviewed by DA late last year) is an illustrator, designer, art director and comic artist returned to New Zealand after nine years of living and working in Melbourne and Amsterdam. Toby draws everything from comics, t-shirts, and editorial work, to concert posters for New Zealand musicians like Liam Finn and The Phoenix Foundation. In 2009, he released a book of 350 drawings Alledaags: A Year In Amsterdam and, in 2013, a follow-up published by Beatnik called Don’t Puke On Your Dad: A Year in the Life of a New Father.
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