This beautifully illustrated picture book shows how an old factory can become a brand-new apartment, step-by-step. Find out all about the people, machines, processes, and tools involved in breathing new life into an old building. With builders, cranes, diggers, cement mixers, and a host of other machinery detailed in bright and contemporary artwork, readers can watch a crumbling old factory on the edge of town as it goes from being an empty shell to something entirely new . . . a home!
Polly Faber is the author of Pony on the Twelfth Floor and Mango & Bambang: The Not-a-Pig. She is also a children’s book blogger and volunteer reading helper. She looks after her very own tiny free library outside her house in London with the help of her husband, sons, and two cats.
Klas Fahlen is inspired by Picasso and the contemporary Swedish illustrator Stina Wirsén. He is known for his simple, elegant lines and colorful illustrations. He lives in Stockholm, Sweden.