Erin has been told many times about the dangers of Black Rock, but in this beautifully illustrated adventure she learns that not all things are as they seem, and that the ocean is a more beautiful and mysterious place than she thought.— Amy
Erin loves to lie on the jetty, looking for the weirdest fish in the sea--the weirder, the better And she knows the best ones must be further out, where her mum won't let her go . . .
Out there in the deepest sea lies the Black Rock: a huge, dark and spiky mass that is said to destroy any boats that come near it Can Erin uncover the truth behind this mysterious legend?
Joe Todd-Stanton's first picture book, Arthur and the Golden Rope, was published by Flying Eye Books in 2016.
About the Author
Joe Todd-Stanton grew up in Brighton and was taught to draw by his mother, who is also an illustrator. He studied at Bristol University, receiving a first class degree in Illustration. Stanton has been commissioned to work for clients such as Oxford University Press, Usborne Publish and Aquila magazine. His first picture book, Arthur and the Golden Rope, was published by Flying Eye Books in 2016.