Once I was lost in the wood, in the wood.
Then you found me . . .
Illustrated by Nick Maland
"In a lyrical text, Kathryn Cave picks up on universal feelings of shyness, inadequacy, fear of the unknown and the need to be comforted. She also shows how friendship can survive an argument." Guardian, 15 May 2004
If you are lost in the wood, in the wood.
I will find you.
If you're afraid of the cold and the dark
I'll sit beside you . . .
"Books like this remind us that there
is so much more to them than simply reading." Scottish Herald, May 2004.
By Kathryn Cave
About the author
Friends make all the difference, in good times
and bad. We're lucky to
have them, whatever age
we are. And friendship
is as much about doing
as it is about being. It's
an active thing. That's what I wanted to write about here.
About writing Friends:
That's what friends do.
Other picture books
with Nick Maland:
For confident readers
(illustrated by Chris Riddell)
Have you tried these?
I write for children of all ages. I live in Hampstead, London, and I'm available for school visits and workshops.