I Don't Want an Avocado for an Uncle by Chrissie Gittins
  

I Don't Want an Avocado for an Uncle

Written by Chrissie Gittins
Illustrated by Kev Adamson

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Synopsis

I Don't Want an Avocado for an Uncle by Chrissie Gittins

About the Author

Chrissie Gittins was born in Lancashire and lives in south London. She worked as an artist and teacher before becoming a full-time writer. She has been shortlisted twice for the CLPE Poetry Award, her poems have been animated for CBeebies and included in many anthologies. She visits schools, libraries and book festivals across the UK. Her previous poetry books include The Humpback's Wail and Stars in Jars, which was a Scottish Poetry Library recommendation for 2014. Paul Bommer is an illustrator, printmaker and graphic designer. His many international clients include the Guardian, Harrods and Virgin, and he exhibits his work across the UK. He was the illustrator for The Humpback's Wail, by Chrissie Gittins.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Chrissie Gittins
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Publisher

Rabbit Hole Publications

Publication date

2nd October 2006

ISBN

9780954328818


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