Boris Saves the Show by Carrie Weston
  

Synopsis

Boris Saves the Show by Carrie Weston

Miss Cluck has some exciting news for her class. There is going to be an end-of-term show! All the animals rehearse tirelessly and soon the day of the show arrives. But then - disaster! - Miss Webb and her nursery class who should be coming to watch the show are stuck in the mud. How will the show go on? Boris has an idea. He dashes out (in his superhero costume), finds the stricken tractor, and heaves Miss Webb and her class out of the mud. With the tractor back on track, and Boris squeezed onto the trailer with the ducklings and frogs, Miss Webb makes it to Miss Cluck's class after all and the curtain rises on a wonderfully entertaining show. And, of course, Boris is the hero of the story, both on and off the stage!

About the Author

Carrie Weston

Carrie Weston is a lecturer in Children's Literature at the University of East London. She is the author of several children's books, including Moonlight Lily (OUP) and Lucky Socks (Gullane). She lives with her partner, two children, two grandparents, two dogs and two cats in a messy old house in Kent. Her hobbies are writing, studying, surfing and skiing, although mostly not at the same time.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Carrie Weston
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Author's Website

www.thecatchpoleagency.co.u...

Publisher

Oxford University Press
www.oup.com

Publication date

7th March 2013

ISBN

9780192758279


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