Lemur Dreamer by Courtney Dicmas
  

Synopsis

Lemur Dreamer by Courtney Dicmas

All the residents of 32 Pebbly Lane lead mostly unextraordinary lives...Except for Louis the Lemur. He's a sleepwalker! After his night-time antics cause mischief, his friends decide to follow him one night, with hilarious consequences. This is the crazy, colourful, wonderful new title from the artist of Harold Finds a Voice, nominated for the 2014 Waterstones Prize.

About the Author

Courtney has an MA in Children's Illustration from Cambridge School of Art. She is widely considered an exciting new talent in picture books, and her debut picture book, Harold Finds a Voice, has been shortlisted for the Waterstones Prize 2014.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Courtney Dicmas
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st February 2015

ISBN

9781783700837


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