The great thing about the Great Recession was that it gave me more time to spend with my kids – and to draw, which is the reason I wanted to be an architect in the first place. Inspired by the stories and drawings of Chris Van Allsburg, we imagined what it would be like for two children to move into a strange, old house. As they sort through a pile of their belongings, they arrange the boxes, bins and baskets into a place of their own imagining – one with the kinds of amenities only a child could dream up . . . like a closet completely filled with costumes, a theater lined with bunk beds, a walk-in dishwasher, a flying sofa . . . or is it all just a dream?
Literary Agent: Farley Chase