A Friend Like You by Andrea Schomburg, Barbara Rottgen
  

Synopsis

A Friend Like You by Andrea Schomburg, Barbara Rottgen

Squirrel and Bird are very different. One animal likes nuts and the other likes worms! But both of them are happy to try something new. And together they make the very best of friends. A beautiful tale of unlikely friendship brought to life with stunning illustrations from Sean Julian (Bear Can't Sleep, My Dad!). A Friend Like You is the perfect storybook for encouraging children to enjoy making friends and being brave enough to try new experiences.

About the Author

Andrea has taken up writing for children after writing poetry for adults for many years. She teaches poetry writing at university and performs her quirky poems on stage. She enjoys acting, films, theatre and crisps. She lives in Germany, in a town close to Hamburg. Barbara has been working with children and adults with special needs for many years. She lives in Cologne with her husband and two children. She loves dancing, decorating her home, and having fun with her friends. She would like to live by the sea some day. A Friend Like You is her first book. A Derbyshire lad born and bred, Sean studied at the Mansfield College of Art and then moved to Bristol to study Illustration. He still lives in Bristol with his girlfriend, with whom he shares an allotment, two goldfish, a love of cake and a dream that one day they'll get a dog and some chickens.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Andrea Schomburg, Barbara Rottgen
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group
www.littletiger.co.uk

Publication date

8th September 2016

ISBN

9781848692695


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