Kinga Rofusz was born in 1970 in Budapest, Hungary. She graduated from the Hungarian College of Applied Arts and Master Training Course animation, and is an illustrator, animated filmmaker and puppet theatre designer. After having worked for 10 years in the Grácia creative group of the famous Hungarian film studio Pannónia, she decided to start illustrating books and is now one of the most popular illustrators in Hungary."
What is home? A safe haven? A place to spend time with your loved ones? The hero of the picture book is a boy who one day must move to a new home as his parents sold the house of his early years. A heart-warming story about attachment, farewells, loss and yearning. And about accepting change and looking for a new safe haven. All this and more, conveyed only through charming illustrations.
Teacher's Corner: Silent Books
We invite parents and educators to shared reading of silent books with children, and have prepared some advice to make the reading experience exciting and memorable.