Tabitha Posy Was Ever So Nosy
Written by Julie Fulton
Illustrated by Jona Jung
Part of the The Ever So Series Series
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The Lovereading4Kids comment
Curiosity can be a good – or a bad thing! Tabitha Posy, who can’t stop asking ‘Why?’ And ‘What For?’ drives the neighbours mad. When Tabitha Posy is taken on a school trip to the zoo, her nosiness becomes distinctly dangerous. She tugs a feather from an owl which isn’t too risky but then wonders ‘ What a tiger has for dinner?’ Now Tabitha Posy is in serious danger! How Tabitha Posy escapes from such a dangerous situation is told in a bubbly rhyming text which matches the story well.
Julie Fulton is also the author of another rhyming picture book called Mrs MacCready is ever so Greedy.
Tabitha Posy Was Ever So Nosy by Julie Fulton
Tabitha Posy is a pest! She sticks her nose into everyone's business and the neighbours are scared of what she’ll find out!
However, one day, on a school trip to the zoo, Tabitha wants to know what a tiger has for lunch and she soon finds out that she’s on the menu!
Rescued by a tickly feather Tabitha learns her lesson that sometimes it is better to check for the answer in a book rather than prying!
About the Author
More books by Julie Fulton
Maverick Arts Publishing
28th January 2013
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