The Lost Dads Home
by Éric Veillé, illustrated by Pauline Martin
When a young boy accidentally loses track of his dad, he sets out to find him at the Lost Dads Home.
It is a fascinating place filled with all kinds of lost dads, most of them in fairly good condition. But will the boy be able to find his dad among them?
The Lost Dads Home is a delightfully funny celebration of dads in all their shapes and sizes.
About the Author
Éric Veillé was born in 1976 in Laval and studied at the Duperré School in Paris. While working as an artistic director in publishing, he decided one spring day to devote himself to writing and children’s book illustration. He has since released many books including My Pictures After the Storm, Mum at School and The Lost Dads Home.
About the Illustrator
Pauline Martin was born in Paris in 1975. She is a graphic designer and illustrator, and has written two autobiographical graphic novels for adults. She is the illustrator of Mum at School, Travels of an Extraordinary Hamster and Reflections of a Solitary Hamster.