Little Lost Cowboy by Simon Puttock
  

Synopsis

Little Lost Cowboy by Simon Puttock

ARRROOO! Poor Little Lost Cowboy. He's strayed away from his mummy, and cannot find her anywhere. As he searches for her he bumps into a cactus, bumps his bottom, and finally bumps himself into a hole. Ouch! At last he meets a kindly toad who gives him some very sound advice - stay put, and your mummy will find you. BLCaroline has a strong sales track record: her previous book for OUP, Hungry Hen has sold over 30,000 copies worldwide BLSimon Puttock is an increasingly high profile author and publishes with Macmillan and Egmont - this is his first book for OUP

About the Author

Simon Puttock

A former bookseller, Simon Puttock has been writing full-time for several years and his trademark witty characters have earned him a strong reputation in the world of children’s books. As a small child Simon travelled the world with his family, but he has now settled in Scotland.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Simon Puttock
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
www.oup.com

Publication date

3rd November 2005

ISBN

9780192725455


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