Conker And Nudge by Adria Meserve
  

Conker And Nudge

Written by Adria Meserve

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Full of the warmth of brotherly love, Conker and Nudge tells how two anteaters play together - and survive together - but only because of Nudge's absolute devotion to his older brother.

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Conker And Nudge by Adria Meserve

Sometimes Conker was happy to help his little brother, but most of the time he found him really annoying. And when Conker goes on an ant hunt with his friends they deliberately don't tell Nudge. But Nudge follows and in the end Conker is extremely glad he did.

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'A great new talent' Literacy and Learning Magazine

About the Author

Adria Meserve is an exciting new talent in picture books. She was acclaimed as a 'great new talent' when her first book, Smog the City Dog was published. Adria gained a BA in History of Art from The Courtauld Institute of Art in London and went on to qualify as a teacher at Brighton University. She has also completed an MA in Illustration at Brighton University. As well as writing and illustrating picture books, she teaches art in North London. No Room for Napoleon is Adria's third picture book.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Adria Meserve
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Publisher

Piccadilly Press Ltd

Publication date

25th April 2008

ISBN

9781853409592

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