I'm Not Cute! by Jonathan Allen
  

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Baby Owl doesn't want to be cute, he wants to be a hunting machine. When his mum agrees that he isn't cute he gets upset and insists "I AM!" She solves the problem by telling Baby Owl that he can be both cute and fearsome. With beautiful illustrations and a universal theme, this story is bound to delight.

Synopsis

I'm Not Cute! by Jonathan Allen

“You're so cute Baby Owl!” say all the woodland animals. “I AM NOT CUTE!” replies Baby Owl. But then his mother agrees with him and Baby Owl is even more upset. This is a playtime, bedtime, anytime fun read for children and parents! A Bologna bestseller!

About the Author

Jonathan Allen

Jonathan Allen is well known throughout the world for his unique picture book talents. Baby Owl’s first adventure, I’m Not Cute, was an international bestseller with the series reaching over one million copies. Jonathan has two young children, plays bass guitar and lives in a quiet village in South Cambridgeshire with his wife, Gill, also an accomplished artist.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From To 3

Author

Jonathan Allen
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Author's Website

www.goodworks.myzen.co.uk/J...

Publisher

Boxer Books Limited

Publication date

1st March 2006

ISBN

9780954737382

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