Time to Read: Max and the Lost Note by Graham Marsh


Time to Read: Max and the Lost Note by Graham Marsh

Cool cat Max rides his scooter downtown to see if anyone's seen the note he lost while writing his latest tune. Created in consultation with a literary specialist, these editions contain the complete original stories, designed to support children who are gaining confidence in reading. With engaging illustrations, entertaining stories and new words to learn, these books are perfect for young readers to read on their own.


* It's an enjoyable story and adults will enjoy sharing this with young readers - always a benefit! Parents in Touch * Marsh's illustrations are striking, in the manner of an anthropomorphic Yellow Submarine...These books are a useful addition to the large range of early-reading books currently on offer. IBBY Link

About the Author

GRAHAM MARSH is an art director, illustrator and author. He has written and art directed many groundbreaking visual books. His illustrations have appeared in magazines, newspapers and on many CD and album covers. He has contributed to numerous publications including Country Life and the Financial Times. He lives in Greenwich, London.

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32 pages


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Publication date

3rd July 2014



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