Flying Like Flittermouse A Bottlenose Bay Story by Jan Fearnley
  

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Flying Like Flittermouse A Bottlenose Bay Story by Jan Fearnley

Flying like Flittermouse The second charming instalment of the Bottlenose Bay series from award-winning author/illustrator Jan Fearnley. The yellow teashop belonged to Etsuko hamster. She was full of kindness and made everyone welcome. Every day, Boz the Boatbuilder popped in for a pot of raspberry tea and a chat. They were best friends. One day, a mysterious stranger flew into town. His name was Flittermouse. When Flittermouse swoops into Bottlenose Bay, he changes everybody's lives for good ...Jan Fearnley is the best-selling author of Mr Wolf's Pancakes and Arthur and the Meanies. Her beautifully crafted picture books are terrific for sharing and make for popular bedtime stories.

About the Author

Jan Fearnley

Jan Fearnley is a popular author and illustrator whose three Mr Wolf picture books are much loved and have sold over 100,000 copies in the UK alone. She won the AOI Gold Award in 2002 for Mr Wolf and the Three Bears. She has written and illustrated several other picture books for Egmont, including Little Robin Red Vest, A Perfect Day for It and Just Like You. Jan lives in New Malden, Surrey with her husband.

Click here to read a Q&A with the author from top children's publisher Egmont.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Jan Fearnley
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Author's Website

www.janfearnley.com/

Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd an imprint of Egmont UK Ltd

Publication date

3rd June 2012

ISBN

9781405265362


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