Guess Who's Coming For Dinner? by Cathy Tinknell
  

Guess Who's Coming For Dinner?

Written by Cathy Tinknell

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Shortlisted for this year's Blue Peter Book award to be announced in early November this is a really fun book that both boys and girls will thoroughly enjoy. The lengths some wolves will go to in securing a tasty dinner are superbly told and illustrated in this hilarious book. Told in letter form by, the ever naïve, Mr & Mrs Pork-Fowler your children will want to read this again and again as they realise how much there is to be found in the illustrations.

Synopsis

Guess Who's Coming For Dinner? by Cathy Tinknell

A gluttonous pig and his good lady goose tell the story of what transpired the evening they were invited to dine at mysterious Eatem Hall. Wickedly funny.

About the Author

Cathy lives with her husband John in South London. Her highly acclaimed title, Guess Who's Coming for Dinner? produced in collaboration with her husband John Tincknell, was shortlisted for the 2005 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal. They have recently teamed up again on Scoop!

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 3-6 years

Author

Cathy Tinknell
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st February 2006

ISBN

9781840116380

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