Spotty Dotty, I've Got Chickenpox by Miriam Moss, Joanna Mockler


Spotty Dotty, I've Got Chickenpox by Miriam Moss, Joanna Mockler

Tilly loves spots. She's spotty dotty! So when her brother Toby wakes up covered in spots, Tilly decides she wants them too. But will Tilly really enjoy her very own chickenpox spots? A spectacularly spotty tale that's perfect for sharing with any child who's suffering from chickenpox. 'When chickenpox plagues your town, then you need to have this book!' The Bookseller 'The perfect picture story if your children have chickenpox.' The Northern Echo

About the Author

Miriam Moss was born in England but grew up in Scotland, Africa, China, Yemen and Bahrain. She studied at Oxford University and worked as a teacher in the UK and Kenya before becoming a writer. Miriam has written over 75 books for children, including the award-winning Wibble Wobble, My Loose Tooth (also illustrated by Joanna Mockler). Miriam is married with three children and lives in East Sussex. Joanna Mockler was born in Stoke on Trent and was brought up in the seaside town of Formby. Her love for drawing was evident from an early age and she went on to complete an Art Foundation then an Illustration degree course. Joanna lives in Southport with her husband, hamster and cat.

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32 pages


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Publication date

16th August 2012



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