Constance and Tiny by Pierre Le Gall
  

Synopsis

Constance and Tiny by Pierre Le Gall

Constance is a naughty child who is always breaking the rules and getting into trouble with her enormous cat, Tiny. In this title, wonderful illustrations, in a similar style to the recent Tim Burton film, Coraline , reveal mischievous truths. Children will love this fun, mischief-filled tale! It is aimed at children age 7 and upwards. There's a mischievous new heroine in town - Constance! Say hello to this sweet, grateful, good little girl - Not! In fact, she's a mischief-making, rule-breaking imp with a wicked gleam in her eye. Wherever she goes, trouble (and her enormous cat, Tiny) surely follow. That's why children will go absolutely mad for her: Constance does exactly what they dream of doing in their naughtiest moments...and she's never repentant. What makes the delicious Constance stories even more fun is the comic contrast between the deadpan text and the outrageous illustrations. Like the cheeky character herself, the pictures always say the opposite of the words themselves.

About the Author

Pierre Le Gall published his first comic book script when he was 20 and hasn't stopped writing since. He and Eric Heliot began collaborating on projects in 2000. Pierre lives in France. Eric Heliot received a degree in fine arts before taking a job in children's publishing and he then began illustrating full-time. He lives and works in Rouen, France. He has illustrated nearly fifty titles.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: 7+

Author

Pierre Le Gall
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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

5th November 2009

ISBN

9781402766480


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