Jane Devlin, Joe Berger - Author Picture

Jane Devlin, Joe Berger - Authors

Jane Devlin grew up in Harrow and did a BA in English Literature at Leeds University. She then worked as a primary school teacher in London for many years. 'Hattie the Bad' is her first picture book. Joe Berger has been drawing for as long as he can remember. He has a background in animation and illustrates a weekly comic strip in the Guardian. Joe's first picture book 'Bridget Fidget' was published in 2008.

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Hattie the Bad
Jane Devlin, Joe Berger
Zinging with good humour, how Hattie enjoys being bad, then sees the advantages to being good before reverting to a bit more bad with has direct child appeal and will have readers laughing at and with this likeable heroine –especially...
Lovereading Price: £4.79 - Saving £1.20 (20%) Featured in: 3+ readers | 5+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 02/04/2009
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