Ellie Takes a Chance by Zuza Vrbova
  

Synopsis

Ellie Takes a Chance by Zuza Vrbova

Meet Piers Penguin, Kyan Koala, Leo Lion, Zoe Zebra, George Giraffe, Ellie Elephant, Roddy Rhino and Tabby Tiger in these first eight books in the Top of the Class series. Ellie Elephant is scared of everything. She's scared of the dark, monsters under her bed, she's even scared of answering questions in class. One day she loses her special pebble - the one thing that keeps her safe - and her friend George Giraffe teaches her how not to be afraid anymore.

About the Author

Zuza Vrbova has written numerous books for young children over the past 15 years. She lectures on the MA course in childrens book illustration at APU Cambridge School of Art. Her main area of research is child psychology and culture in the context of childrens book illustration. Zuza lives in Cambridge. Tom Morgan-Jones has illustrated numerous children's books in recent years. He graduated from APU Cambridge School of Art in 1997. He has been Artist in Residence at Hills Road Sixth Form College Cambridge. He was awarded a D & AD Yellow Pencil Award for Illustration in 1997 and a Bronze Medal from the Association of Illustrators in 2003. He is a lecturer in Graphic Design and tutor to the Cambridge University Illustration and Cartooning Society. Tom lives in Cambridge.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6

Author

Zuza Vrbova
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Publisher

Chrysalis Children's Books an imprint of Pavilion Books

Publication date

15th September 2005

ISBN

9781844584833


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