Get Well Soon by Charlotte Hudson
  

Synopsis

Get Well Soon by Charlotte Hudson

Wobbily Fang's mummy doesn't look like mummy any more. She looks small and lost and alone in her strange room in the hospital. When are you coming home? asks Wobbily Fang. In a little while! Mummy reassures him. But just how long is 'a little while' and how can Wobbily Fang make Mummy's eyes sparkle like they used to? Wobbily Fang brings mummy all the home comforts in hospital until she is all better and smiling again, ready to wear her moonfeather coat home.

Reviews

This book is the result of a talented and successful partnership between author and illustrator, who tackle an unusual subject matter in a very thoughtful and responsible way Top Reads The illustrations are striking ... Lots of lovely detail in a story that will appeal to children missing Mum for whatever reason Books for Keeps McQuillan's illustrations have surface effects as silky as a cub's pelt

About the Author

Charlotte Hudson

After taking her degree in Geography and Anthropology, Charlotte Hudson went to Africa to travel and explore. She spent three years teaching in Zambia and then came back to England to take a PGCE. She taught in primary schools, first in Suffolk and in London, for four years before becoming a full-time writer. She is the author of Monkey Words and Who Will Sing My Puff-a-Bye?

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5

Author

Charlotte Hudson
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

5th April 2007

ISBN

9780099439455


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