Ella Moves House by Angela Hassall
  

Synopsis

Ella Moves House by Angela Hassall

Ella's mum has a new partner and now they're all moving into a new home together. Ella is not at all happy about this and does all she can to make it clear. As they are moving into the new house, a neighbour's dog makes off with Ella's doll Mollie. Ella is distraught but Joe saves the day, chasing the dog and getting Mollie back. Joe's derring-do wins Ella over and they all live happily ever after!

Reviews

A great story in its own right but also a fantastic tool for helping children understand major changes in their lives -- Sarah Wigmore South Wales Argus Caroline Ewen's lively, detailed illustrations extend and support this charming story about friendship and generosity. Oxford Times Ella's response to the new stepfather is all too realistic and one that many stepfamilies will recognise. Jolly, cartoon style illustrations with lots of humour add to a story which will have particular appeal to children in a stepfamily Books for Keeps Enchanting story with vivid illustrations which are full of fascinating detail Parents in Touch

About the Author

Angela Hassall lives in Oxford and Norfolk. She has written four novels for older children including Straw Fire and The Sun People. For many years she taught Creative Writing for Oxford University Department of Continuing Education. Now retired and a grandmother she enjoys singing, sailing and writing for younger children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 5 to 7

Author

Angela Hassall
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Publisher

Tamarind Books an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

29th April 2010

ISBN

9781848530065


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