Star Shared: 1, I Wish I Had a Monster Big Book by Judy Waite


Star Shared: 1, I Wish I Had a Monster Big Book by Judy Waite

Bring Shared Reading to life! Rigby Star Shared (formerly known as Rigby Red Giant) brings you a fantastic collection of fiction and non-fiction Big Books to captivate your children during shared reading sessions. The carefully balanced words and pictures foster your children's own creative writing skills and prompt them to 'read-along' with confidence.

About the Author

Judy was born in Portsmouth. She worked as a learning support assistant for 10 years before beginning to write full time. She has published seven novels for teenagers as well as numerous award-winning picture books and titles for younger readers. She teaches creative writing at Winchester University and currently lives in Southampton.

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16 pages


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Publication date

12th June 2000



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