Joseph and the Jealous Brothers by Fiona Veitch Smith
  

Joseph and the Jealous Brothers

Written by Fiona Veitch Smith
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RRP £5.99

Synopsis

Joseph and the Jealous Brothers by Fiona Veitch Smith

In the second book in the Young Joseph series, Joseph's brothers grow more and more jealous of their favoured brother. They come up with a cunning plan to take Joseph down a peg or two by throwing him in a well to give him a fright. Eventually they sell him to passing slave traders but that's not the end of his story!

About the Author

Fiona Veitch Smith is the author of the Young David series (SPCK, 2015) and has also published detective fiction with Lion Hudson. She lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne with her husband, daughter and dog and also lectures in creative writing and journalism. Andy Catling (illustrator) lives in Hampshire with his two children who love to sneak into their dad's room and draw all over his clothes! He studied at Norwich School of Art where he acquired the skills to animate and digitally render his work. When Andy is not working he enjoys reading historical novels and soaking up stories and ideas.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Fiona Veitch Smith
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Publisher

SPCK Publishing

Publication date

18th August 2016

ISBN

9780281074693


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