Fetch by Jane Cabrera
  

Synopsis

Fetch by Jane Cabrera

One cold, wet night, a little black dog appears on the streets of a small town. No one knows where Fetch comes from, but they soon realise that he is very helpful! He fetches papers from the newsstand, licks stamps at the Post Office and helps out at the busy shop. Everyone is worried when, one day, Fetch is nowhere to be seen. But when he reappears, he has fetched something unexpected and wonderful. This tale of making friends and being helpful is perfect for sharing.

Reviews

Simple, bright illustrations, full of character and feeling The Glasgow Herald A charming, heart-warming book Angels & Urchins A charming, heart-warming book. Angels & Urchins A sweet little story...the illustrations are lovely throughout...the colours are lovely and bright, and the pictures big and bold, so attractive for both little ones and their parents too The Bookbag A sweet little story... the illustrations are lovely. Bookbag

About the Author

Jane Cabrera is an award-winning author and illustrator. She created her first book while working as a graphic designer in children's publishing. Since then, she has written and illustrated many books for children and seen her titles translated into over 20 languages. Jane has been awarded several prizes for her work, including three prestigious Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Awards. Jane lives in a 500-year-old thatched house in Devon with her two children, her friendly dog and a guinea pig.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Jane Cabrera
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Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

7th March 2013

ISBN

9781408313855


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