Robo-Snot by Amy Sparkes
  

Robo-Snot

Written by Amy Sparkes
Illustrated by Paul Cherrill

RRP £6.99

Synopsis

Robo-Snot by Amy Sparkes

A laugh-out-loud snot-tastic new picture book from the author of ALIEN'S CRAZY CHRISTMAS. Little Robot has an itchy nose. AAAACHOOOO! Out shoots some sticky, stretchy, gooey green stuff, the like of which has never been seen by robot-kind before. Soon Little Robot's snot makes him famous. He doesn't want to share it with anyone, but, just as he realises there is such a thing as too much snot, all of the other robots start sneezing too!

About the Author

Amy Sparkes

Amy Sparkes writes for children of all ages. Her picture books have been shortlisted for several book awards, including the Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2013 and the Booktrust Best Books Awards 2014. Amy was born in Eastbourne and enjoyed a wild imagination when she was a child (which included 13 imaginary friends). She is passionate about encouraging imagination in children and is often invited to visit schools. She regularly produces the 'Writing for Children' pages for the bestselling Writing Magazine and also runs writing workshops for aspiring chidren's authors.

Amy lives in Devon with her husband and five young children. When she's not off on an adventure with them, Amy enjoys drinking tea and climbing trees.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Amy Sparkes
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Publisher

Scholastic Press an imprint of Scholastic

Publication date

6th October 2016

ISBN

9781407164809


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