Mog at the Zoo by Helen Nicoll, Jan Pienkowski
  

Synopsis

Mog at the Zoo by Helen Nicoll, Jan Pienkowski

Would you mistake Mog for a tiger? The zoo keepers did and tried to catch him, but it wasn't as easy as they had thought! The bestselling Meg and Mog stories are perfect for sharing or reading alone. Children will love exploring the bright colours, sounds and shapes. 'A brilliant coordination of text and pictures' Sunday Times.

About the Author

Helen Nicoll worked with Jan Pienkowski for over forty years, first at the BBC and then on the Meg and Mog stories. She owned and ran the audio company Cover to Cover for many years. Helen lived in Marlborough, Wiltshire. She died on September 30, 2012. Jan Pienkowski is a celebrated illustrator of children's books. He has won the Greenaway Medal twice - for his illustration of Joan Aiken's The Kingdom Under the Sea and for Haunted House. Jan lives in London.

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Book Info

Format

Spiral bound
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Helen Nicoll, Jan Pienkowski
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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

27th September 1984

ISBN

9780140504316


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