Danny's Adventure Bus by Lucy Marcovitch
  

Synopsis

Danny's Adventure Bus by Lucy Marcovitch

When Danny and Mum are stuck in a traffic jam in the bus on their way home, it's time for Danny's magical skills to come into play. He brings out his special driver's hat and gets behind the wheel. His route takes them on an adventurous journey through mountains, deserts and the sea...until at last they get back to town where the traffic has started moving. This is a fantasy journey through all kinds of environments with hilarious illustrations that offer plenty of talking points.

Reviews

The illustrations are simple, colourful and cleverly drawn, with added humour on each page ... The characters in the story represent people of different ethnic backgrounds, allowing all readers to feel that bit more involved ... A lovely story book - ideal for whole-class discussions Child Education Every small boy's favourite fantasy brought to life with bright, rather frenzied cartoon-style illustrations by Paul Cemmick Bournemouth Daily Echo 20090807

About the Author

Lucy Marcovitch started her career as a primary teacher in Leeds before moving to London to write teaching materials and non-fiction books for schools. A Safe Place was her first picture book for young children. She loves running and walking in beautiful places, reading, theatre, music and watching her two young children grow up. Lucy lives in Warwickshire. Paul Cemmick's first love was cartoons. After studying graphic design at Maidstone College of Art, he got a job as an Art Editor on an industrial magazine. Since becoming a freelance cartoonist, Paul's work has appeared on book covers, album and CD covers, crisp packets and in numerous newspapers and magazines, including Punch and the Sunday Times. He has also produced caricatures for film and TV.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 5 to 7

Author

Lucy Marcovitch
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Publisher

Publication date

2nd April 2009

ISBN

9781848530003


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