Engie Benjy Story Books Job Swap by Bridget Appleby
  

Synopsis

Engie Benjy Story Books Job Swap by Bridget Appleby

Meet Engie Benjy, the boy mechanic with blue hair. In Engie Benjy's world, almost anything can happen. Planes creep out to have parties at night, trees go leaping into the sky to play with Spaceship, and Farmer Fred's fruity fizz cloud waters the iced-lolly fields every day. This is where Engie Benjy shares his fabulous workshop with his friends, Dan the Van and Jollop the Dog. Unlike many pre-school shows Engie's world is imbued with child's logic and imagination making it off the wall, but also realistic.

About the Author

Bridget Appleby, Creative Director (Models), has been with Cosgrove Hall for over twenty years. She won a BAFTA for The Reluctant Dragon and was voted one of the top 25 women in animation by Animation magazine. She recently redesigned Bill & Ben and Andy Pandy for the BBC. Engie Benjy is her own creation from her original idea.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Bridget Appleby
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Publisher

Granada Media an imprint of Carlton Books Ltd

Publication date

1st September 2003

ISBN

9780233000169


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