The Lady Who Lived in a Car by Suzanna Hubbard
  

Synopsis

The Lady Who Lived in a Car by Suzanna Hubbard

Miss Lettuce lives on our street, but unlike everyone else, she lives in a car! We love her because she can ride on unicycles and she tells the best stories ever, but one of the neighbours, Mr Brushwood, thinks it's time Miss Lettuce got herself a proper home...

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Miss Lettuce put on her thinking cap, a feathery owl-shaped hat. 'I Know!

. 'I will challenge Mr. Brushwood to a contest. If he wins, then I will leave Robinson street. But if I win, he must wear one of my hats.'

About the Author

Suzanna Hubbard studied illustration at The City and Guilds of London Art School and later continued her studies at the University of Brighton. Her previous work has included commissions from Homes & Gardens and Marie Claire. In 2001 she illustrated a collection of love poems, Love Please (Orion). She has always held a passion for children, chocolate and old illustrated books and The Lady Who Lived in a Car, her first children's picture book, is the realization of a long-held dream. Suzanna lives in Brighton.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6

Author

Suzanna Hubbard
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Publication date

4th August 2005

ISBN

9781844580552


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