Something Missing by Jill Lewis
  

Synopsis

Something Missing by Jill Lewis

Somewhere, not so far away, there's a cave filled with wonderful creatures. All the Little Somethings, and all the Big Somethings, are having a picnic to celebrate Trippety Doodah Day. But there is one missing Little Something. No-one knows where Little Hogwash can be. So everybody searches for him. Meanwhile, Little Something Trunky puts the finishing touches to the scooter he is converting for the trip. But he hears that a little something missing and this wordplay leads to some fun confusion as the tale unfolds. The Little Somethings combine the collectability of the Mr Men with the charm and appeal of classic picture book characters. Children will have fun pointing out the different characters with the 'Spotters Guide' and enjoy the Something Missing game!

About the Author

A relative newcomer to the world of picture books, Jill Lewis is a fresh and original new voice. With a background in teaching, she brings a sound understanding of what children find funny to her writing, as well as a zip and zest that is immediately infectious.
She lives in London.

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Book Info

Format

Electronic book text
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Jill Lewis
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Publication date

9th September 2013

ISBN

9781780313917


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