Millie Shares by Claire Alexander
  

Synopsis

Millie Shares by Claire Alexander

Millie loves her monkey. He is her very special toy. But when best friend Lily wants to play with Monkey too, Millie is not happy. She takes away ALL the toys and plays with them by herself in the playhouse...But soon she hears laughter coming from outside. Everyone is having fun without Millie, and nobody wants to play with her now. Will Millie ever learn to share? Perfect for any child who finds sharing impossible!

About the Author

Claire was born in Bath in Wiltshire and moved to Kent when she was five. She spent her childhood drawing family and friends, and painting sheep and pigs in muddy fields. After getting a Degree in Fine Art in Canterbury Claire moved to London in 1995. She stumbled through various jobs until settling as a portrait painter and children's book author/illustrator in 2003. She went on to win the US Paterson Prize in 2009 and 2013 and the Shneider Family Book Award in the same year for her book 'Back to Front and Upside Down'. She teaches her own course on writing and illustrating picture books and lives in Crouch End, North London with her partner and their two little girls.

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Book Info

Format

Electronic book text
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Claire Alexander
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Publisher

Egmont UK Ltd (eBooks)

Publication date

30th January 2014

ISBN

9781780314129


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