Lizzie Lizard's Long Jump by Enid Richemont
  

Synopsis

Lizzie Lizard's Long Jump by Enid Richemont

Lizzie Lizard is great at leaping! She knows she can win the Long Jump if she can get in enough practice. Can she leap her way out of danger from some hungry animals? The Froglets series is perfect for children who are reading on their own, with fun stories of no more than 200 words. They are pitched perfecty for children aged 5-6 starting to read alone or at book band 5 green.

About the Author

Although I've lived for most of my life in north London, I was born and grew up in South Wales. My mum read to me a great deal,and I think it was from her that I developed my love of language. I also enjoyed drawing and painting, and eventually won a scholarship to study at Dublin College of Art. When I came back from Eire, I first worked as a teacher in a Rudolf Steiner school. Then I came to London and took a number of strange jobs, including reading aloud to a blind writer and typing out his manuscript. The typewriter I'd hired to do this had some paid-for time left, so I used it to write a short story which I sold to a women's magazine. It became the first of many, and the beginning of a successful career. While my children were growing up, I stopped writing, and started a small design business, making screen-printed puppet theatres, flying saucers and playhouses that looked like medieval battle tents. Work took us to Paris, where we lived for two years, and where, incidentally, I first encountered the Romanian gipsy girl who features in my novel, FOR MARITSA WITH LOVE (Simon&Schuster). My first children's book, THE TIME TREE (Walker Books) grew out of a story I told my daughter and her best friend to pass the time on a very long walk (the original idea came from a TV programme I'd watched about teaching children with hearing problems). The girls begged me to write it down so that they could read it for themselves - so I did. This book is currently being marketed as a film series by Wild Thyme Productions. TO SUMMON A SPIRIT (Walker Books), was one of the Pick of the Year titles listed in the Children's Book Award. I'm now published in the USA and Australia as well as the UK, and my work has been translated into Danish, German and Japanese. My first book for Franklin Watts was PLOP CITY, a book about bird poo which continues to be loved, especially by small boys. I have written many books for Watts since!

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Enid Richemont
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Author's Website

www.enidrichemont.org.uk

Publisher

Publication date

8th December 2016

ISBN

9781445147819


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