A Long Way from Home by Elizabeth Baguley
  

Synopsis

A Long Way from Home by Elizabeth Baguley

At bedtime in the burrow Moz is squished and squashed by sleepy rabbits. Crumpled and cross, he asks to go with his friend Albatross to the icy lands of the North Star. So off they fly, but when Moz gets lost he finds himself cold and lonely, and a long way from home.

About the Author

Elizabeth Baguley studied English Literature before going on to train as a teacher. She began writing for children after discovering the power of picture books when reading to her daughters. She has also written Meggie Moon and The Little Lost Robin for Little Tiger Press. Jane Chapman shares a studio at her home in Dorset with her husband, illustrator Tim Warnes. They have two young sons. Jane has illustrated many best-selling books for Little Tiger Press.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Elizabeth Baguley
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

1st September 2008

ISBN

9781845065652


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