Forget Me Not by Michael Broad
  

Synopsis

Forget Me Not by Michael Broad

Monty the elephant is given two things to remember: to stay with the herd and that his mama loves him. But when he sees something blue and bright, he forgets and goes off to investigate. Will he find his mama again before the rains come?

Reviews

Very enjoyable L. Wolpery, parent A nice moral to the story Alyson, parent Cute and sweet Alyson, parent A lovely story Jayne, parent -- Peer Reviews On Michael's previous book for Hodder, Scaredy Cat and Boo: A positive and inspiring tale for all those tinies with timid tendencies. -- Junior On Michael's previous book for Hodder, Scaredy Cat and Boo:A reassuring tale which proves that confidence is a case of mind-over-matter, great for improving a little one's self esteem. -- Carousel On Michael's previous book for Hodder, Scaredy Cat and Boo:Packed with beautiful illustrations -- Daily Echo

About the Author

Michael Broad

Michael studied illustration at Portsmouth University earning 1st Class Honors and now works solely on writing and illustration books for children of all ages. His first picture books; the lovely and poignant Broken Bird and the spirited and inspiring Falling Star, were published by Puffin in 2006. And the courageous tale of Scaredy Cat And Boo! was subsequently published by Hodder in 2007.

The first four books in Michael's exciting young fiction series The Unbelievable Adventures Of Jake Cake, was also released in 2007 by Puffin.

Alongside his own books, Michael also illustrates work by other authors including The Secret Diaries series by Valerie Wilding and poetry books Look Out The Teachers Are Coming! and Best Friends published by Macmillan.

Michael likes dogs, mugs of tea, and painting big canvasses.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
27 pages

Author

Michael Broad
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Author's Website

www.michaelbroad.co.uk/

Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

7th January 2010

ISBN

9780340956953


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