Olive and the Bad Mood by Tor Freeman
  

Synopsis

Olive and the Bad Mood by Tor Freeman

Today is not a good day for Olive. She's lost a button from her dungarees, fallen flat on her nose and somebody has kicked a ball at her head! Olive is in a really bad mood. So she is mean to her friends and the big bad mood spreads. But when a trip to the sweet shop cheers Olive up, she can't understand why all of her friends are so grumpy -

About the Author

Tor Freeman has been illustrating children's books since graduating from Kingston University in 1999. She was born in London but lived for five years in California as a child, and has spent time in her mother's home country of South Africa. AMBROSE GOES FOR GOLD, first published in 2008, was Tor's first book with Macmillan, followed by ONE PIG WENT FOR A DRIVE (978-1-4050-2207-1) and she is currently working on her third. To see more from Tor, visit the fascinating and funny www.torfreeman.com.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Tor Freeman
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Publisher

Brubaker, Ford & Friends an imprint of Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st June 2013

ISBN

9781848773509


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