Food Chain by M. P. Robertson
  

Synopsis

Food Chain by M. P. Robertson

This simple, vivid story follows the food chain created when a naughty boy throws a goldfish down the toilet: it reaches the sea and is soon eaten by a larger fish, and it in turn is eaten by a larger fish ...The chain eventually works its way round in a full circle with dramatic results. A memorable picture book from the successful author of many picture books.

Reviews

The wonderful illustrations and dark humour will delight youngsters. Irish Examiner My favourite part for this 10/10 read was the last page - you don't mess with a family of fish with sharp teeth! Nayu's Reading Corner

About the Author

M.P. ROBERTSON studied illustration at Kingston University. He is an internationally acclaimed author and illustrator of children's books. His many books for Frances Lincoln include The Great Dragon Rescue, The Egg, The Dragon Snatcher, Frank 'n' Stan, Food Chain, Hieronymus Betts and His Unusual Pets and Ice Trap!, written by Meredith Hooper.

He lives with his family in Wiltshire. When he isn't writing and illustrating, he enjoys visiting schools to share his love of drawing and stories.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

M. P. Robertson
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Author's Website

www.mprobertson.com/

Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

1st March 2012

ISBN

9781847801654


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