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Rocket Rules: Ten Little Ways to Think Big!

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Written by: Nathan Bryon
Illustrated by: Dapo Adeola
Publisher: Puffin (Penguin Random House Children's)

Hi! I’m Rocket!

My family says that one day I’m going to change the world. But every day I like to make a difference – even if it’s just something super small…

Join picture-book hero Rocket from the award-winning, bestselling Look Up! series as she explains her ten ‘Rocket Rules’ for living life in the best (and most fun!) way possible. From always being curious to standing up for what you believe in, this mini guide to changing the world – one small step at a time – contains empowering and engaging ways for little ones to make a big difference.

Bestselling duo Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeola have created this inspirational mini picture book especially for World Book Day 2022.

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    About the Author

    Nathan Bryon

    Nathan Bryon is an award-winning writer and actor who has written for BAFTA award-winning children’s TV shows, such as Swashbuckle and Apple Tree House and critically-acclaimed Rastamouse. A rising star in the world of screenwriting, his animated series, Afro Kid, is currently under option. Look Up! is his debut picture book for children.

    Nathan Bryon – Photo credit: Michael Shelford

    Twitter: twitter.com/NathanBryon
    Instagram: instagram.com/nathanbryon/

    About the Illustrator

    Dapo Adeola

    Dapo Adeola is an award-winning illustrator and designer who creates characters and images that challenge expectations around race and gender in a fun and upbeat way. He is the co-creator and illustrator of bestselling picture book Look Up! – winner of the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize and the number 1 debut picture book of 2019.

    London born and bred but of Nigerian heritage, when he’s not busy cooking up new characters and adventures you can find Dapo running illustration and character design workshops with children or organising events to help highlight the possibilities of a career in illustration to underrepresented members of the Black diaspora.

    Dapo Adeola – Photo credit: Larri Alleyne

    Twitter: twitter.com/DapsDraws
    Instagram: instagram.com/dapsdraws

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