Icky Little Duckling by Steve Smallman, Tim Warnes
  

Synopsis

Icky Little Duckling by Steve Smallman, Tim Warnes

One day, Mr Rabbit finds a smooth, speckly, perfect thing in the woods, and takes it back to his neat, tidy burrow. But this perfect thing is not quite what he thinks...Suddenly, CRACK! out hatches an icky, sticky duckling! Mr Rabbit does not want something icky and sticky in his lovely burrow, but the little duckling has other ideas...

About the Author

Steve Smallman has taken up writing his own stories after illustrating children's books for over 30 years. He also teaches illustration and mural-painting workshops in schools. When he's not working, Steve enjoys films, television, gardening and walking in the countryside. Award-winning illustrator Tim Warnes shares a studio at his home near Dorchester in the Dorset countryside with his wife, illustrator Jane Chapman. Tim is best known for illustrating the Little Tiger books, which gave Little Tiger Press not only its name, but its first ever logo too!

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Steve Smallman, Tim Warnes
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Publisher

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

Publication date

7th February 2011

ISBN

9781848951327


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