Silly School by Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick


Silly School by Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick

Beth doesn't want to go to silly school! She doesn't want to go for story time, or painting, or singing. So what does she want to do?


Fitzpatrick's illustrations and text are a real joy. Irish Examiner A deceptively simple story, this is the perfect book to encourage any reluctant recruit to playschool. Bookfest Ireland - Recommended Reading Guide If you are looking for the perfect book to read to a child who is reluctant to go to school this could be the ideal buy for you. The author's warm and distinctive style, through simple sentences and bold illustrations, convey the tricky reality of enticing a reluctant child to school. EYE A perfect book for the start of the school year with great illustrations. The Sun

About the Author

Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick is an author-illustrator based in Dublin. She has won many awards for her work including Bisto Book of the Year 2001 and 2003 for Izzy and Skunk and You, Me and the Big Blue Sea. Her books are published all over the world.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6


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Publication date

7th September 2007



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