How to Find a Fruit Bat by Michelle Robinson
  

How to Find a Fruit Bat

Written by Michelle Robinson
Illustrated by Lauren Tobia

Synopsis

How to Find a Fruit Bat by Michelle Robinson

Are apples not your thing? Not bonkers about bananas? Not great with grapes? What you need is a fruit bat. Get one of these adorable little creatures and they will eat all your fruit for you. Now, you just have to find a fruit bat of your very own. That should be easy...right? Beware, this adventure-filled journey into a jungle might just leave you batty for blackberries after all!

Reviews

This is a splendid picture book celebrating all things sweet and succulent. * Families * Charming illustrations, that are sweet, funny and immersive. * Bookbag * Very likeable, lots of fun... cheery illustrations. * Peters Gazette *

About the Author

Michelle Robinson

Michelle Robinson grew up in Gloucestershire and loved making up stories and being silly. She put that to good use by getting a job as a copywriter. She wrote over 6000 radio adverts before moving on to television and the web and devised websites for big brands like Coca-Cola, Guinness and Cadburys. She soon got bored though, which is when she started writing funny stories for children and their parents to enjoy reading umpteen times. Her picture book There's a Lion in My Cornflakes won the Sainsbury's Children's Book Awards. Michelle lives in Frome with her husband, young son and daughter and a tragically empty tin of Quality Street.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Michelle Robinson
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Author's Website

michellerobinson.co.uk/

Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

7th March 2013

ISBN

9781408308554


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