Harry's Box by Angela McAllister
  

Synopsis

Harry's Box by Angela McAllister

When Harry and his mother get home from the supermarket Harry is allowed to keep the cardboard box to play with. Soon that box is a ship sailing the high seas with a pirate on board, a cave in which to hide from passing bears, a shop stuffed full of goodies. Soon that box becomes a limitless number of things - as limitless as Harry's imagination.

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Praise for other titles by Angela McAllister and Jenny Jones 'This is a richly humorous picture book version of the eternal foxes versus chickens story

'Blue Rabbit brilliantly turns convention on its head to explore the world of a soft toy who's lost his boy'

'An affectionately offbeat look at friendship, with charming illustrations'

About the Author

Angela McAllister

ANGELA MCALLISTER is the author of over 70 books for children and teens. Her books have won several awards, including the Red House Book Award for Yuck! That's Not a Monster! and the Stockport and Portsmouth Awards for My Mum has X-Ray Vision. Her picture book, Leon and the Place Between has been adapted for the stage and was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Award. She has collaborated with many illustrators, including Grahame Baker-Smith, Alex T. Smith, Margaret Chamberlain, Ross Collins and Peter Bailey.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Angela McAllister
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Author's Website

www.authorsalouduk.co.uk/an...

Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
www.bloomsbury.com/Trade/

Publication date

22nd January 2005

ISBN

9780747564942


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