Now available in all four languages!
Shortlisted for Hedwig Anuar Children’s Book Award 2018
Shortlisted for Best Children's Title for Singapore Book Awards 2016
Isn’t a sarong just a boring big piece of cloth? What can be so amazing about it? Nora and Adi are about to go to the beach when their mother takes off her baby sling and hands it to the two children. They discover that there is more than meets the eye to this seemingly ordinary sarong. Join Nora and Adi as they go on a playful day out and discover what unexpected fun, joy and new encounters the sarong can bring.
“[A] quiet, gentle book….the illustrations are vibrant and energetic, and The Preschooler asks me to read it over and over again.”
– Pooja Makhijani, Notabilia
About the Author
Quek Hong Shin is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator who has worked with The Straits Times and has designed advertorials for companies like Epson, HP and Samsung. After graduating from from LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts, he has been actively honing his skills in various work and non-work related projects. He was one of Top 10 winners in the Open Category of IMAGINE Jewel Competition 2014– for illustration on Project Jewel, organised by Changi Airport Group.