Tell Me What it's Like to be Big by Joyce Dunbar
  

Synopsis

Tell Me What it's Like to be Big by Joyce Dunbar

When Willa wakes up early one morning she tries to do things for herself. She soon has to ask her big brother Willoughby for help. What is it like to be big? she wonders.Willoughby has some of the answers - but in the end it's Mum who makes them both feel so good about being small.

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A fun, reassuring book, easily accessible to young children and one which addresses their concerns about the world ahead of them Carousel

About the Author

Joyce Dunbar

Joyce Dunbar was born and brought up in Lincolnshire. She taught English for 20 years before becoming a full-time writer. Her books for children include This is the Star, which became a world-wide best-seller, and Mundo and the Weatherchild, which was runner-up for the Guardian Children's Fiction Award. The popular Mouse and Mole series has been animated for television with the voices of Alan Bennett and Richard Briers. She lives in Norwich.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Joyce Dunbar
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Author's Website

www.joycedunbar.com/

Publisher

Picture Corgi an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

2nd September 2002

ISBN

9780552546942


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