Double Trouble Fuzzy Chums by Jenny Broom
  

Synopsis

Double Trouble Fuzzy Chums by Jenny Broom

Not everyone approves of the friendship between Zoe Stripes (a zebra) and her lion cub buddy, fittingly called Trouble - least of all Zoe's parents. Luckily, Trouble and Stripes take no notice and when Zoe finds herself in danger, Trouble comes to the rescue! With tactile embossing and flocking on the cover and beautiful four-colour illustration throughout, this is sure to become a bedtime favourite. First title: can a leopard ever change its spots? Find out in Totally Spotless.

About the Author

Jenny Broom studied Fine Art at the Slade, before becoming a writer and editor of children's books. She lives and works in London. Katie Scott studied illustration at Brighton before moving to London. Her clients include Feuilleton, the New York Times and Nobrow, and her album cover for Bombay Bicycle Club was nominated for 'Best Album Artwork' at the NME Awards, 2012.

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Format

Hardback
10 pages

Author

Jenny Broom
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st March 2013

ISBN

9781848779624


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