Fur by Jan Mark
  

Synopsis

Fur by Jan Mark

An exquisite first story book from an acclaimed author and illustrator. When Thin Kitty grows fat, she starts making nests all over the house - some of them in very odd places indeed! What could be happening?This lyrical and beautifully illustrated first story book in the Baby Walker range will develop early literacy and sensory awareness in babies and toddlers.

Reviews

Both engages and enchants...beautifully paced * Carousel * Engages and enchants. Beautifully paced, the simple words and story fuse perfectly with the charming illustrations and tell the tale of a cat who likes to be comfortable. Readers are gently led to a lovely conclusion * Carousel * This classic tale, first published in 1986, transfers beautifully to board book format. Its simple language and superb illustrations will certainly hold the attention. * Children's Books Ireland Recommended Read * Will capture the imagination of all youngsters . . . enchanting * Carousel *

About the Author

Jan Mark

Jan Mark was born in Hertfordshire during the Second World War. She would have been born in London, but her mother had been evacuated. She moved around a lot as a child, and ended up in Oxford. Sadly, she died suddenly from meningitis on 16 Jan 2006.

Jan Mark was one of the most distinguished authors of books for young people. She was twice awarded the Carnegie Medal for her novels Thunder and Lightnings and Handles; and also won the Penguin Guardian Award, the Observer Teenage Fiction Prize and the Angel Award for Fiction. Click here to see more of her books

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Book Info

Format

Board book
16 pages

Author

Jan Mark
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

1st April 2014

ISBN

9781406353969


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