Julia Donaldson Plays Turquoise/1B Where Oh Where is Mrs Brown? by Vivian French
  

Synopsis

Julia Donaldson Plays Turquoise/1B Where Oh Where is Mrs Brown? by Vivian French

Perfect for enjoying in school or at home, Bug Club is proud to present a new series of plays to get kids reading, sharing and interacting at KS1. Presented by celebrated children's author Julia Donaldson, each play features engaging stories, beautiful artwork and memorable characters that help kids really catch the reading bug by truly involving them in the story!

About the Author

Vivian French

Vivian French is a highly acclaimed children's author who has written more than 250 books during the course of her career, including Caterpillar, Butterfly, The Tales from the Five Kingdoms series and Yucky Worms. Her recent work includes the critically acclaimed picture book The Most Wonderful Thing in the World. Vivian teaches on the illustration course at Edinburgh School of Art, and helped to found the mentoring scheme Picture Hooks for aspiring young illustrators. She lives in Edinburgh. Read further information about Vivian French here.

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Format

Paperback
20 pages

Author

Vivian French
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Author's Website

www.vivianfrench.co.uk/inde...

Publisher

Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

14th January 2013

ISBN

9781447926603


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