Bye Bye Little Bird by Julia Hubery
  

Synopsis

Bye Bye Little Bird by Julia Hubery

When Wishmoley ventures up to the world above, he finds a little blue egg that will change his life forever! But as Baby grows, Wishmoley realises that she can't stay in his underground world - she needs to be free. This tender story is the perfect gift for parents and children to share.

About the Author

Julia Hubery originally trained as an architect but turned her hand to writing children's books when her own children started school. Since then, Julia has written many picture book titles. Julia lives in Gosport with her husband and three children, who are a huge inspiration in her work. MY DADDY was her first title for Macmillan. Rebecca Elliott is an emerging talent in picture books, with several award nominations and honours already under her belt, including a 2012 Kate Greenaway nomination for ZOO GIRL. Rebecca has also received rave media reviews for her work, as well as praise from former UK Children's Laureates. She is one to watch! Rebecca lives in Suffolk with her husband and two children. MY DADDY was her first book for Macmillan.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Julia Hubery
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Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

7th March 2011

ISBN

9781407116655


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