Bad Manners, Benjie by Lynne Garner
  

Synopsis

Bad Manners, Benjie by Lynne Garner

Boris has a new friend called Benji. He really likes Benji - but he doesn't like his manners at all! Benjie eats with his mouth closed, rather than slurping and slobbering. He doesn't try to do a bigger trouser trump than Boris. He even offers his seat to someone else on the bus! When Benjie uses a handkerchief to blow his nose, and doesn't even look to see what's inside it, enough is enough. Boris has to say something.

About the Author

Lynne Garner's time is divided between family life, teaching design and sewing, and running a hedgehog rescue service from a shed at the bottom of her garden. This is her fourth picture book for children. She lives on the border of Essex and Hertfordshire. Lynne's first picture book, A BOOK FOR BRAMBLE has been translated into five languages and her second book THE BEST JUMPER has been recorded for the BBC radio channel CBeeBies. Follow Lynne at www.lynnegarner.com or on Twitter: @lynnegarner. Mike Brownlow has been an illustrator for many years, working on children's books and creating branded characters for many well-known UK and international customers. His book LITTLE ROBOTS has been turned into a major animated TV show. Mike lives in Somerset with his wife and three daughters. Follow Mike at www.mikebrownlow.com or on Twitter: @MikeBrownlow1

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Lynne Garner
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Publisher

Piccadilly Press Ltd an imprint of Templar Publishing

Publication date

20th January 2014

ISBN

9781848122345


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