The Little Fish Who Cried Shark! by Trish Phillips
  

Synopsis

The Little Fish Who Cried Shark! by Trish Phillips

Naughty Sprat thinks it's funny to frighten the other sea creatures by telling them that scary Shark is on his way. But there's no shark around - or is there?

About the Author

Trish Phillips studied at Camberwell College and at Chelsea College of Art, and was highly commended for the Macmillan Prize in 2003. Born in Hong Kong, Trish has travelled in Australia and the Far East but now lives in Surrey with her partner. She has two daughters. Trish once worked as a photographer, and enjoys designing costumes for pantomime in her spare time.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
18 pages
Interest Age: 3+ years

Author

Trish Phillips
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Publication date

19th February 2007

ISBN

9781845063993


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