The Julian Stories by Ann Cameron

The Good Book Guide logo The Good Book Guide Review. Julian, a teasing elder brother, encourages little Huey to believe all kinds of nonsense and get up to all sorts of mischief - but their father and mother are imaginative trouble¬shooters! Light as air stories: satisfying all round.
~ The Good Book Guide


The Julian Stories by Ann Cameron

Never leave a yummy pudding lying around! Dad makes a pudding that tastes like a whole raft of lemons and a night on the sea. But then he does something really silly. He goes for a nap and leaves Julian in charge. Bad idea. Before he knows it, Julian's in a sticky situation. And that's just one of his many adventures, which involve catalogue cats, cave-boy teeth ...and a new next-door neighbour!

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Cameron is a virtuoso storyteller with a gift for revealing the heart and soul of childhood in her stories. Parents Magazine Cameron's words sing and the relationships are lovingly in tune. Chicago Sun-Times One of the author's strengths is her ability to impart such lessons as an older sibling's responsibility for a younger one and the meaning of friendship. Essence Magazine

About the Author

Ann Cameron has worked in publishing, as a university teacher and as a camp cook on a Mayan dig in Belize where boa constrictors climbed into the thatch of the roof to hunt mice at night. She is author of the timeless series of stories featuring brothers Julian and Huey.

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80 pages
Interest Age: From 7


Ann Cameron
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Publication date

2nd May 2013



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