Clementine and Mungo by Sarah Dyer
  

Synopsis

Clementine and Mungo by Sarah Dyer

Mungo adores his big sister Clementine and his big sister is very clever. She knows everything and Mungo relies on her for answers to all his questions. How do cats stay cool in the summer? What is in the centre of the earth? How do leaves change their colours? Clementine has some very interesting answers for her little brother - each with a germ of truth. For example, cats take off their coats, and 'pigments' paint the leaves a new colour. But one night it is the big sister that has a question for the little brother, and it is the honesty and sweetness of Mungo's answer that has the real truth.

About the Author

Sarah Dyer
Sarah Dyer was born in Brighton in 1978. She studied her A levels at Bhasvic sixth form and then went on to do a Foundation course at Brighton BTEC. She has always lived near the sea until recently when she moved up to London to study a BA in Illustration at Kingston University where she obtained a 2:1 and loved every part of it. Her first book Five Little Fiends started as a project in the second year of University. She always tries to get the chance to get back home to see her family and friends still living in and around Brighton.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Sarah Dyer
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Author's Website

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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Publication date

4th July 2005

ISBN

9780747571407


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