Angel Shoes by Emily Pound
  

Synopsis

Angel Shoes by Emily Pound

Angel isn't sure she likes her name. Her mum and doting aunts just love dressing her up in prissy clothes and (worst of all) daft shoes. Angel just wants to go and play in the park. When at last she gets her chance she jumps up and down in a puddle to make her clothes deliciously muddy. Then, afraid of the consequences, she runs away. In the wild part of the park she finds a toddler who has got lost, and full of sympathy, leads him back to the playground. The distressed mother pronounces her a true Angel...and buys her the red welly boots she so wanted all along.

About the Author

Emily is a new author. Biographical data to be entered Sandra Rescek was born in Zagreb, Croatia in 1978. After graduating from the Schoolof applied Arts, she studied at the academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. In competition with 47 renowned artists, Sanja won the Grigor Vitez Award for best children's book illustrator in 2003. She is also a winner of the Wellcome Award given by the Association of Visual artists of Croatia and the award given by the public at Interliber Book Fair for 2004. Over 25 of her picturebooks have been published in Croatia, Switzerland, Great Britain, Canada and the United States. Latest published and forthcoming books: I Do Not Want To, Kathy Sculz, Scholastic, Children's Press 2004 FR Fox's Socks, Damian Harvey, OUP 2004 Tiddalik the Frog, Anne Faundez, QED 2004 Said Mouse to Mole, Clare Bevan, QED 2004 Where's My Sock, Joyce Dunbar, Chicken House 2006 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Little Tiger Press 2006 Hickory Dickory Dock, Little Tiger Press 2006 Bless Us All, Sam McKendry, Intervisual Boks, 2006

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6

Author

Emily Pound
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Publisher

Lion Children's Books an imprint of Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

24th March 2006

ISBN

9780745949741


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