Meet Trevor! He's ordinary bird. In fact, if you peel back the velty leaves, you'll discover he's completely naked! It's a well-kept secret that all birds are actually naked, but every morning they put on their feathery clothes and go about their day. Trevor doesn't want to conform with feathered society and refuses to wear his sparrow outfit, much to the horror of his family. In a quest to find his own unique look, Trevor crashes into a pile of sticky mud and colourful flowers. He ends up looking the best he ever has, inspiring the creatures around him to shed their own boring outfits!
Rebecca Elliott has illustrated many children's books and has now branched out into writing them as well. Her first three written/illustrated projects were published in 2010: Cub's First Winter, Milo's Pet Egg and Just Because (winner of The Dolly Gray Children's Literature Award, 2011). Sometimes and Zoo Girl followed in 2011, Last Tiger is due to publish in July 2012 and Cub's First Summer in March 2012. Her previous clients include Bloomsbury Children's Books, Harper Collins, Random House, Scholastic, Lion Hudson, Top That, Chicken House, Macmillan UK, Koala, and Transworld. Rebecca Elliott lives in Suffolk, UK.