Mo Can't Go by Rob Lewis
  

Synopsis

Mo Can't Go by Rob Lewis

Mo Can't Go is a humorous story written and illustrated by popular author Rob Lewis. When Mo's car breaks down, her animal friends and passers-by try to get the car going again. Can a kick from Megan the hen solve the problem? Or a push up the steep hill from Sian the sheep and her friends? Will the friendly fox, who works in a garage, be able to get Mo on her way? The story is narrated in verse form and is ideal to read aloud: Out of the way , says a tetchy toad. I once had a car and was king of the road. I'll find the answer whatever it takes. Stand aside while I look at the breaks.

About the Author

Rob Lewis is an experienced author and illustrator, his pictures and text combining to produce many delightful picture books for children. He won the Tir na N-Og award in 2003 for Cold Jac and again in 2011 with Three Little Sheep. He lives with his family in Llandrindod Wells, Powys.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Rob Lewis
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Publisher

Pont Books an imprint of Gomer Press

Publication date

31st July 2015

ISBN

9781848519633


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