Egg by Alex T. Smith
  

Synopsis

Egg by Alex T. Smith

Egg rolls up to the house of the wicked Foxy DuBois. Foxy invites Egg in - she's always very kind to strangers - but she's got a glint in her eye, and has devilish plans for what she's going to do to the little egg. The clues are there: recipe books, and pictures of fried eggs adorning her walls. Be careful, Egg!

Reviews

Will entertain adults and children alike... made me laugh out loud. Bookseller If you're not in fits of giggles by the back endpaper, there's something wrong with you! Bookbag All children will love the crisp images and extra detail on each page. Nursery Education Plus Expertly orchestrated by Alex Smith. Books For Keeps Not only beatifully illustrated, it is also hugely entertaining. School Librarian Subtleties raise this book into a class of its own and I would thoroughly recommend it. School Librarian A fantastically entertaining story which will be a hit at storytime. Library Mice darkly funny The Big Issue Scotland

About the Author

Alex T. Smith

Alex T. Smith has worked as a writer and illustrator since graduating in 2006. He is the creator of the bestselling Claude series of early readers, which are soon to appear in their own TV series on Disney Junior. Alex lives in Warwickshire. This is his first commission for Walker Books.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Alex T. Smith
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Author's Website

alextsmith.blogspot.co.uk/

Publisher

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

Publication date

2nd June 2011

ISBN

9780340959862


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