Brothers and Sisters by Rob Lewis


Brothers and Sisters by Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis brings us a witty and perceptive picture book that is a joy to read. Brothers and sisters can be irritating, annoying and a pain, but they do have their uses and they can be your best friend. This book celebrates that close and tricky relationship.

About the Author

Rob studied Graphic Design in Bristol. After college he moved to London, and had his first book published 'Hello Mr. Scarecrow'. Since then he has moved to a farm in Wales, where he lives with his wife, two children and two cats. He won the Tir na N-og price in 2003 for 'Cold Jaq'

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 99


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Publication date

15th July 2004



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