Little Pig Figwort by Henrietta Branford
  

Synopsis

Little Pig Figwort by Henrietta Branford

Little Pig Figwort just cannot get to sleep, he tosses and turns, but it is just no good. Who can he find to play with in the middle of the night? Little Pig Figwort dives to the bottom of the ocean but the mermaids are all asleep. He zooms off to the North Pole but the sleepy polar bears growl at him to go home. So Little Pig Figwort jumps into his space rocket and whizzes off to the moon where he discovers the moon pigs, who play games of Pig Pirates, Moon Jump and Hide and Seek all night long. After such an adventure Little Pig Figwort is at last ready for a good night's sleep.

About the Author

Henrietta Branford
Henrietta Branford was born in India in 1946. Her father was a soldier and they soon moved to Jordan,Henrietta didn’t start writing until she was about 40 years old.Henrietta was diagnosed with breast cancer in December 1997. During the following year she had three operations and chemotherapy, but her cancer turned out to be very vigorous and could not be treated effectively. She died at home aged 53 in Southampton on 23 April 1999.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4 To 7

Author

Henrietta Branford
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Author's Website

www.henriettabranford.co.uk

Publisher

HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
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Publication date

2nd April 2001

ISBN

9780006646990


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