It's Gone, Jac! by Rob Lewis
  

Synopsis

It's Gone, Jac! by Rob Lewis

Nain takes on the big bad wolf... It's Gone, Jac! is a humorous adventure story from Rob Lewis. When Nain's knitting machine goes missing she is determined to find the culprit. But who has stolen her prized possession? In her efforts to track it down, she stumbles across a wolf. But is he truly as bad as he seems? And just what does he know about Nain's knitting machine?...This is the next story in the Cold Jac series, featuring Nain, Jac's well meaning grandmother. It is a warm, enchanting story of the forging of an unlikely friendship. The story is told in rhyming couplets, making it a favourite for reading aloud. Bright, stimulating, endearing pictures are the trademark of this accomplished author/illustrator. The fairy tale allusions of the meeting between Nain and the Wolf add to the magic of the story.

Reviews

'Rob Lewis's books are always a delight'

About the Author

Rob Lewis is an experienced author and illustrator, his pictures and text combining to produce many delightful picture books for children. He was winner of the Tir na N-Og award 2003 for Cold Jac and his renowned book Tidy up, Trevor is a perennial best seller.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 5-8

Author

Rob Lewis
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Publisher

Pont Books an imprint of Gomer Press

Publication date

1st July 2006

ISBN

9781843237006


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