Fantastic Forest Turquoise Level Fiction: Boo the Pest by Lisa Thompson
  

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Fantastic Forest Turquoise Level Fiction: Boo the Pest by Lisa Thompson

Part of Rigby Star Guided, this book that belongs to the Fantastic Forest family is a little bit different. All the books have stunning 3D illustrations and a whole host of comical characters, including Gog the big-hearted giant, Hector the grumpy troll and Binks the tidy house-elf will guide children through the heart of the Fantastic Forest. There children will discover an exciting world of magical creatures who will accompany them on their guided reading journey.

About the Author

Lisa Thompson

Lisa Thompson worked as a Radio Broadcast Assistant first at the BBC and then for an independent production company making plays and comedy programmes. During this time she got to make tea for lots of famous people. She grew up in Essex and now lives in Suffolk with her family. The Goldfish Boy is her debut novel.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: 3-7 years

Author

Lisa Thompson
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Publisher

Rigby an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

24th April 2009

ISBN

9780433015352


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