Winston Was Worried by Pamela Duncan Edwards
  

Winston Was Worried

Written by Pamela Duncan Edwards
Illustrated by Benji Davies

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Synopsis

Winston Was Worried by Pamela Duncan Edwards

Poor Winston's too busy to play with his friends -- he is off to the vet with a great big splinter in his paw, and there's absolutely nothing worse than having a splinter in your paw, or so Winston thinks. But what Winston doesn't see as he crosses the busy city is that unlike his friends, he's one very lucky pup! If only he would look around and see the chaos he leaves behind him ...but having a splinter can be very distracting. A bright, bold and brilliantly funny book.

About the Author

Benji Davies lives and works in London, where he divides his time between illustrating children's books and directing animations, commercials, short films and promos. Benji has worked with a number of UK publishers and illustrated the BUSY LITTLE BUGS pop-up titles for Campbell Books. This is Benji's first picture book for Macmillan and features a vibrant New York setting, inspired by Benji's love of the city and classic covers from the New Yorker magazine.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From To 99

Author

Pamela Duncan Edwards
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Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

10th May 2012

ISBN

9781405089814


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