The Not-So Scary Snorklum by Paul Bright
  

Synopsis

The Not-So Scary Snorklum by Paul Bright

Over the hill stomped a huge, hungry Snorklum. I AM THE SCARY SNORKLUM, he roared And I am going to have Mole sandwich for tea, with a little salt and pepper and chunky pickle. But the Snorklum is scared of something too! Why do his knees knock, his tail twitch and his whiskers wibble in a worried sort of way?

About the Author

Paul Bright

Paul Bright started writing stories for his own children when they were young and kept on writing even when they left home! He is originally from Hertfordshire but has lived in Switzerland, Holland and Spain working as a plastics engineer. He mainly writes picture books but has also had more than 60 poems published in various anthologies. He is now living back in Kent and spending a lot more time writing.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Paul Bright
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Author's Website

www.paulbright.co.uk/

Publisher


www.littletiger.co.uk

Publication date

1st August 2012

ISBN

9781848952362


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