Chester's Big Surprise by Olivia Villet

Chester's Big Surprise

Written by Olivia Villet
Illustrated by Olivia Villet


Chester's Big Surprise by Olivia Villet

Chester is feeling a little sad and lonely because his special friend Tilda did not come out to play. So Chester wanders sadly around all their favourite places hoping that she will have changed her mind and he will meet up with her. Through the shop, into the school, past the scary dinosaur park Chester goes, and still Tilda is nowhere to be found. But when Chester gets home he hears some very funny sounds and has the biggest surprise of all.

About the Author

Olivia Villet sent her work to Bloomsbury unsolicited in a very beautifully painted envelope. From that first contact Chester's Big Surprise was developed. Olivia is already working on another book for Bloomsbury Children's Books. Olivia Villet studied at art college in South Africa where she was born and brought up. She is currently staying in London, hoping to develop her career as an illustrator.

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Book Info


32 pages


Olivia Villet
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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

16th September 2002



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