Everyone in George's family is a yeti—everyone except George. When he asks why he is not yet a yeti, each family member tells George that he needs to be bigger, scarier, and more ferocious! Maybe, deep down inside, he is something else instead?
"Small and friendly in a community of ferocious giants, George wonders when he will grow big and strong and terrifying like his yeti mom and dad. Even Grandad and Sister can make adventurous hikers scream and run away. Polaroid snapshots taped in an album are interspersed with snowy mountain landscapes, rainbows, and a colorful yeti family as George dreams of a different path. It's a tale filled with magical creatures, about love, acceptance, and embracing your dreams."—Foreword Reviews—Website
Lou Treleaven lives next door to a farm in Bedfordshire, England, with her family, a silly dog called Honey and a cat called Badger. She has written plays, picture books, and junior fiction.
Tony Neal's work is inspired by everyday life and the quirky details that surround us. He loves to create charming characters in whimsical scenes and telling stories with his pictures. He lives in the UK.