Jennifer Jones Won't Leave Me Alone by Frieda Wishinsky, Neal Layton
  

Synopsis

Jennifer Jones Won't Leave Me Alone by Frieda Wishinsky, Neal Layton

She writes me love poems, full of words like adore. Then she sticks on red hearts, she bought at the store. This is a hilarious rhyming story about a little boy who is fed up with the loving attentions of the little girl who sits next to him. But when the girl in question, Jennifer Jones, goes away, our hero realises how much he misses her. Soon he's the one buying red hearts at the store. You'll fall in love too with this heart-warming and highly amusing story coupled with Neal Layton's witty and quirky illustrations. This title is winner of the Sheffield Children's Book Award 2004, The Stockport Children's Book Award 2004 and the Portsmouth Children's Book Award 2005.

Reviews

A clever, funny and tender take on (very) young love. Layton's exuberant, scratchy line drawings, with clever photographic collages, are witty and charming Financial Times Beautifully styled, witty ... Both children and adults will enjoy the humour of the story that is bright and funny ... I highly recommend this book for your own little Valentine! Eastern Daily Press A sweet, funny tale of the boy-girl dynamic, written in jovial rhyme Junior Neal Layton's sketchy illustrations capture lots of contrasting emotions and draw the reader in to Frieda Wishinsky's sweet rhyming story -- Jane E Sandell The Scotsman A very funny book... Heart-warming Bournemouth Daily Echo

About the Author

Frieda Wishinsky is a popular Canadian children's author who has written funny and sensitive books to wide acclaim in the USA and Canada. This is her first book for RHCB. Neal Layton was born and raised in Chichester, West Sussex but has since lived in Newcastle, Brighton, London, Slough and Glasgow. He now lives in Portsmouth with his family. He uses all sorts of different media to make his illustrations: pencils, paint, pens, ink, pieces of collage, biros, photocopiers, cameras, a computer, bits of stick, old toothbrushes, dough, hair, leaves, anything that comes to hand ... Neal is the illustrator of the Emily Brown series (Orchard) and the Oscar and Arabella series (Hodder)

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Frieda Wishinsky, Neal Layton
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Publisher

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

Publication date

5th February 2004

ISBN

9780552547550


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