You're Too Big by Simon Puttock, Emily Bolam
  

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You're Too Big by Simon Puttock, Emily Bolam

Elephant is looking forward to his first day at nursery school, but soon realises that he is just too big and clumsy when he tries to join in the games with his nursery friends. Then his mother arrives and he gets the biggest hug of all! A reassuring story for children starting nursery.

About the Author

Simon Puttock has worked as a buyer for Waterstones in Newcastle and now writes full-time. He is also the author of Coral Goes Swimming, illustrated by Stephen Lambert (Hodder) and 'Here I Am!' said Smedley (Blue Bananas, Mammoth)Emily Bolam thought that she would like to be an artist from the age of five. She studied illustration at Brighton College of Art and has illustrated many popular books for children. Emily shares a converted warehouse studio with other artists in the centre of Brighton.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Simon Puttock, Emily Bolam
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Publisher

Doubleday Children's Books an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

5th June 2003

ISBN

9780385604321


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