Ben's Book by Nanette Newman
  

Synopsis

Ben's Book by Nanette Newman

When Ben receives a book for his birthday, he's not sure what to do with it. Should he use it to stand on so he can reach up higher? Perhaps it would make a good tunnel for his cars or a nice new house for his hamster? Each different thing Ben tries just doesn't seem quite right! Until, that is, he shows it to his older sister Lulu, who knows exactly what the book is for.

About the Author

Nanette Newman has received considerable acclaim for her long and varied acting career in films, on stage and on television. She has also been successful as an author, particularly with her cookery books and many books for children. She has collaborated with illustrators such as Beryl Cook, and worked with Michael Foreman on several projects. She has previously contributed to the Chrysalis Children's Books collection Bedtime Stories along with Terry Jones; Georgie Birkett has been illustrating children's books for the educational and Young Fiction market since she left her Graphic Design degree at Brighton University in 1996. She has recently been producing a new and exciting style of work for picture books. She lives in Brighton and works from her studio in the Brighton Lanes.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Nanette Newman
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Publisher

Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Pavilion Books

Publication date

24th March 2011

ISBN

9781843651932


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