No Room for Napoleon by Adria Meserve
  

Synopsis

No Room for Napoleon by Adria Meserve

Napoleon is a small brown dog with very big ideas. One day, he lands on a beautiful paradise island. Crab, Bunny and Bear can't wait to share their island home with their new friend. They are generous and kind and welcoming. But Napoleon has big visions for his future - he's going t build himself a huge house with a great ocean view. Before they know it, Napoleon uses up everything on the island, bosses the friends about and eats all their food! Soon, 'King' Napoleon finds himself alone and must think hard about the meaning of community and sharing before he can be considered a friend again.

Reviews

A lovely story about learning to share and value what is around you ... A meaningful but fun read with a charming twist Junior

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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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5

Author

Adria Meserve
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Publisher

Publication date

6th July 2006

ISBN

9780099451532


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