Language :: English
Size: 210 x 297mm
What could possibly be so different about an apparently normal sarong that causes such chaos in Atuk’s household when he can’t find it one morning? His wife and his two older and thoroughly modern grandchildren don’t know where it is. But where is his youngest grandson Adik? Could he possibly have the sarong? But why would a young boy want with his grandfather’s sarong? Read this highly entertaining story to find out.
Written and illustrated by the Lim sisters, the very young will enjoy this simple story by Lay Har and the lively and amusing illustrations by Lay Koon.
LIM LAY HAR has published two picture books and one chapter book. Her chapter book, Master & Apprentice won the Calistro Prize in 2012. She loves the magic of the everyday and writes about them with charm. She lives in Ipoh with her three children.
LIM LAY KOON comes from a computer science background. She is a self-taught illustrator and enjoys illustrating the little details of everyday life. She has published several books with her sister Lay Har, such as Atuk's Amazing Sarong and Atuk's Amazing Sarong. She has also illustrated a scifi chapter book, The Nanobots and Other Stories by Golda Mowe. Other books include The Mystery of the Missing National Anthem by Heidi Shamsuddin.
The Lim sisters have produced a really bright cheerful story with a simple story line and colourful illustrations to delight children five to six.
One morning, poor Atuk (grandfather) cannot find his sarong. This is the start of a fun story as Atuk searches for his sarong and his grandson Adik...