Back to School Tortoise by Lucy M. George
  

Back to School Tortoise

Written by Lucy M. George
Illustrated by Merel Eyckerman

3+ readers   
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A reassuring story designed to settle anxieties about school. Tortoise is worried about the things he won’t like. The school dinners, for example. But Tortoise soon learns that everyone is scared of something – even grown ups - but they learn to get over it.

Synopsis

Back to School Tortoise by Lucy M. George

Summer is over and it's time to go back to school, but Tortoise is worried. What if the others don't like him? What if the school dinners aren't very nice? This book for young readers tells about being brave, showing children that everyone gets scared, even grown-ups.

About the Author

Lucy M. George

As a child Lucy wrote stories and poems, directed several plays (starring her sisters) and enjoyed making magic potions out of household goods. She studied English Literature at University and now lives in Wales near the sea where she writes and works.

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Format

Hardback
24 pages

Author

Lucy M. George
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Publisher

Meadowside Children's Books

Publication date

1st May 2010

ISBN

9781845394691

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