The beautifully illustrated tale of Betsy K. Glory, the daughter of a mermaid and an ice cream maker, embarking on a whimsical adventure with a talking tiger and his band of tiny acrobats, is now available in paperback and printed in a dyslexia-friendly font.
From a magical world of well-dressed animals, talking toads, and bossy princesses comes a timeless story about Mr. Tiger and his troupe of acrobats, and Betsy K. Glory, the daughter of a mermaid and an ice cream maker. Together they must figure out how to turn the moon blue, appease a grumpy giant, and make the best-tasting and rarest ice cream in the world--Gongalong Berry Ice Cream. Told with beautiful one-color illustrations throughout, this modern fairy tale teaches us that happiness is sometimes big enough to solve even the toughest problems.
About the Author
Sally Gardner is the Printz Honor author of Maggot Moon, as well as a Costa and Carnegie-winning author. Her books have been sold in many languages throughout the world.
Nick Maland is an award-winning artist who has illustrated numerous picture books.