Little Monster's Book of Opposites by Frances Thomas
  

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Little Monster's Book of Opposites by Frances Thomas

Little Monster is discovering opposites - from hot and cold to young and old, from good and bad to happy and sad. Join him as he explores his surroundings! A perfect board book for babies learning all about their world.

About the Author

Frances Thomas

Frances Thomas was born in Aberdare, South Wales in 1943 but later moved to London and studied at Queen Mary College (London University).

For the last two years, Frances has divided her time between writing and teaching dyslexic children, which she does privately at home. She has written for adults and children. Her children's novels have won Welsh Arts Council Awards, and her first adult novel, Seeing Things, was a runner-up for the Whitbread First Novel award in 1986. Who Stole a Bloater? was dramatised by Jackanory on BBC Television in 1993. Christina Rossetti was her first biography, and In 1994 Frances acted as a consultant to the National Portrait Gallery for their centenary exhibition on Christina Rossetti. Little Monster's Book of Numbers and Little Monster's Book of Opposites are published by Bloomsbury in January 2006.

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Format

Board book
10 pages

Author

Frances Thomas
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Author's Website

www.bloomsbury.com/Authors/...

Publisher


www.bloomsbury.com/Trade/

Publication date

16th January 2006

ISBN

9780747575375


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