The Boy Who Wanted to Grow a Moustache
Illustrated by Clarisse Chua and Sabrina Soo
Louis imagines himself becoming a grown-up with a moustache that sprouts almost overnight, and tries to turn the idea into reality through various means. But when he turns up at school with a moustache firmly in place, it horrifies just about everyone who sees him. Just how much trouble can a moustache bring a little boy, and how does he get out of it?
About the Author
Melvin Koh is a trained economist from NUS who previously worked with the Monetary Authority of Singapore before starting his own education centre. Melvin’s ability to tell a simple story is honed from his experience as a father, not to mention his work in education also provides him with enough material to use for his stories. The Boy Who Wanted to Grow a Moustache is his first children's book.
About the Illustrators
Since young, Clarisse Chua has always harboured a love of drawing, animation and illustration. She is currently studying for her Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts, Character Animation at the California Institute of the Arts. The Boy Who Wanted to Grow a Moustache is her first children's book.
Sabrina Soo enjoys experimenting with art styles and mediums. She began with oil painting at five, then took up Chinese calligraphy at seven, and is still progressing today. She has won multiple design and illustration competitions, and will continue to pursue art as a hobby.
Size: 230 x 230mm
Published: June 2017