Bottomley at Large by Peter Harris
  

Synopsis

Bottomley at Large by Peter Harris

Children who enjoyed Bottomley the Brave and Bottomley Cattery when they were younger will be delighted to see that Bottomley, the cat of little energy and a large imagination, is back in three new stories for older readers. In Bottomley's Spooky Night , Bottomley unsuspectingly ventures out on Hallowe'en and meets an army of creatures he thinks are trying to invade the planet! In Bottomley in Telly Land , our favourite moggy sneaks into a TV studios and kids himself into thinking that he is going to become a TV star, and in Bottomley's Angels , Bottomley finds himself taking a big part in the school nativity play.

About the Author

Peter Harris was born in London 1933, and initially trained as an accountant before being encouraged by his wife to take up writing full-time. He wrote for television, radio, and children's comics, and well as writing numerous books for children. Doffy Weir always wanted to illustrate children's books and managed to get started by working for a publisher. An editor saw some of her drawings and asked her to illustrate a poetry book. She has been illustrating ever since. She has two grown-up children and lives in London, which she loves because it is full of different people from all over the world.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
63 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Peter Harris
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

21st June 2011

ISBN

9781849413565


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