Lucy's Quarrel by Jennifer Northway
  

Synopsis

Lucy's Quarrel by Jennifer Northway

Lucy and her cousin Alice are best friends. But when Alice calls Lucy bossy it is the start of a big quarrel that threatens to spoil Lucy's birthday. Can Lucy and Alice make friends again in time for Lucy's party?

Reviews

Beautifully illustrating the trials and tribulations of friendship, these are ideal books for reading aloud and addressing quarrels at home or in the setting. Jennifer Northway shares Shirley Hughes

. EYE An ultra-realistic story. Northway captures the emotional reality and the humour perfectly in words and pictures. The playgroup who tested this story voted it 'the favourite by a mile'. It inspired lots of discussion and some heart searching. Carousel

About the Author

Jennifer Northway has written and illustrated a number of acclaimed picture books. Her book Get Lost, Laura! was shortlisted for the Smarties Award. In addition to her own work, Jennifer has illustrated books for many well-known authors, including Jill Paton Walsh, Floella Benjamin and Mary Hoffman. Her book with Mary Hoffman, Nancy No-Size, was also shortlisted for the Smarties Award. Her work has been televised in England, Australia, New Zealand and throughout Europe.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Jennifer Northway
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

7th August 2008

ISBN

9781845078966


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