Please Don't Torment Tootsie by Margaret Chamberlain


Please Don't Torment Tootsie by Margaret Chamberlain

'PLEASE don't torment Tootsie, or provoke Poochie. Don't madden Mutley, or disturb Dixi. Do not bully Bitsy, or even think of teasing Trixi. You'd be MAD to wind up Whitney.'


As well as being a cautionary tale, it's also an enjoyable read in its own right The Bookbag As well as being a cautionary tale, it's also an enjoyable read in its own right The Bookbag A warm and funny book Nursery World A wonderful tale about looking after your pets...simple but effective School Librarian The charming, expressive illustrations... are both hilarious and sweet... Kirkus Kindly, animal friendly advice... via big, bold and stylish illustrations.

'With a host of colourful animated illustrations...'

'There's warmth and comedy in the alliterative rhyming text and large scale, expressive illustrations.'

About the Author

Margaret Chamberlain has illustrated many children's over the last twenty years and has worked with Walker and Bloomsbury, amongst others. She divides her time between Lyme Regis and London.

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32 pages


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Publication date

19th February 2009



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