Millie Shares by Claire Alexander
  

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Millie Shares by Claire Alexander

'Millie loved her monkey. He was her very special toy and she would not share him with anybody, not even with her best friend Lily.' A beautiful picture book perfect for introducing the concept of sharing, from the author of Monkey and the Little One. Ideal for kids who loved Julia Donaldson's Sharing a Shell. Millie loves her monkey. He is her very special toy. But when best friend Lily wants to play with Monkey too, Millie is not happy. She takes away ALL the toys and plays with them by herself in the playhouse ...But soon she hears laughter coming from outside. Everyone is having fun without Millie, and nobody wants to play with her now. Will Millie ever learn to share? A brilliant book for kids aged 3 and up. Look out for Claire's Books: Monkey and the Little One and The Best Bit of Daddy's Day! Claire earned a Degree in Fine Art in Canterbury then moved to London in 1995. She tried various jobs until settling down as a portrait painter and children's book author/illustrator in 2003. Millie Shares, Claire's first book for Egmont, was a tender story about sharing. She has also published many other fantastic titles including Small Florence, Back to Front and Upside Down and Lost in the Snow.

About the Author

Claire earned a Degree in Fine Art in Canterbury then moved to London in 1995. She tried various jobs until settling down as a portrait painter and children's book author/illustrator in 2003. Millie Shares, Claire's first book for Egmont, was a tender story about sharing. She has also published many other fantastic titles including Small Florence, Back to Front and Upside Down and Lost in the Snow.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Claire Alexander
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Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd an imprint of Egmont UK Ltd

Publication date

30th January 2014

ISBN

9781405264099


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