Have You Ever Seen A Sneep? by Tasha Pym
  

Synopsis

Have You Ever Seen A Sneep? by Tasha Pym

Have you ever set out a picnic in a truly splendid spot, turned your back for just one second ...to find a Sneep has pinched the lot? Oscar is looking forward to the perfect day out. He'll have a picnic, read his book and build a den. But things don't go entirely according to plan ...Mischievous creatures keep sneaking up on him and spoiling his fun! A Sneep pinches his lunch, a Grullock almost swallows him whole and a Loon chases him all the way home! After a series of nasty surprises and narrow escapes, poor Oscar is exhausted. What he needs, is a place that's creature-free...

Reviews

A wonderfully whimsical picture book bought vividly to life by Joel Stewart's idiosyncratic illustrations The Bookseller Gentle rhyming amusement School Library Association

About the Author

Tasha Pym (Author) Tasha Pym is the author of Blot and Og's Monster Party, illustrated by Charles Fuge (Gullane's Children's Books) and Harry Fly, Colour Bears and Super Sculptures (Collins Education).Joel Stewart (Illustrator) Joel Stewart was brought up in a commune in the wilds of Yorkshire. From an early age he was knocked sideways by stories, and invariably lay on the floor drawing pictures to recover. Later, in the year 2000, he graduated with a first class degree in Illustration from Falmouth College of Art. Ever since graduating (and slightly before) he has been writing and drawing for a living, and has recently moved into animation design and directing for television (while not forgetting books!). He also plays a variety of musical instruments and lives with them and some fish in London.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Tasha Pym
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Publisher

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

Publication date

27th May 2010

ISBN

9780552556989


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