Bath Time by Loyce Ojo
  

Synopsis

Bath Time by Loyce Ojo

Jerry Rabbit HATES having a bath. He tells his mum he's going upstairs to wash but never does! One by one his friends, River, Owl and Squirrel, ask him to clean himself but he doesn't listen. Eventually, his laziness teaches him a lesson!

About the Author

Inspired by a little boy called Joshua and a desire to create educative, fun and illustrative writing, Loyce embarked on an adventure in children's literature. Loyce took up writing in 2006 after giving birth to her son Joshua. Bath time is the first of many children's stories to be published. Loyce is married, and a mother to a little girl called Sarah.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
35 pages

Author

Loyce Ojo
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Publisher

Austin Macauley Publishers

Publication date

16th December 2015

ISBN

9781785543050


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