Lizzy and the Cloud

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Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
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8.91 X 12.3 X 0.52 inches | 1.33 pounds

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About the Author
Terry Fan received his formal art training at Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto, Canada. His work is a blend of traditional and contemporary techniques, using ink or graphite mixed with digital. He spends his days (and nights) creating magical paintings, portraits, and prints. Terry is the cocreator of The Night Gardener, It Fell from the Sky, and Lizzy and the Cloud. Born in Illinois, he now lives in Toronto. Visit him online

Eric Fan is an artist and writer who lives in Toronto, Canada. Born in Hawaii and raised in Toronto, he attended the Ontario College of Art and Design, where he studied illustration, sculpture, and film. He has a passion for vintage bikes, clockwork contraptions, and impossible dreams. Eric is the cocreator of The Night Gardener, It Fell from the Sky, and Lizzy and the Cloud. Visit him online
"In delicate gray shading and faded colors, the Fan Brothers' (It Fell from the Sky) dreamy, alternative world offers a vision of a different kind of pet, a being that obligingly rains on Lizzy's plants (a small, faint rainbow hovering just beneath it), alongside an understated meditation on change and letting go."----Publishers Weekly "3/7/2022"
"The Fan Brothers give an original tweak to the too-big-pet story line, often seen with dinosaurs, that will charm readers of all ages. The limited use of color--buttery yellow, cornflower blue, sherbet green--lends extra magic to the finely lined pencil drawings, especially where a faint rainbow glistens in the cloud's mist. A sweet, imaginative tale."----Booklist "5/1/22"
"Sibling team the Fan Brothers (It Fell from the Sky) spin a gentle, dreamy story of caretaking and letting go in the surreally gorgeous picture book Lizzy and the Cloud.

This subtle, whimsical reflection on the caretaker relationship provides many openings for discussing growth and letting go."----Shelf Awareness for Readers "05/13/2022"