Erroll by Hannah Shaw
  

Synopsis

Erroll by Hannah Shaw

On an ordinary day, you wouldn't expect to find a squirrel in your packet of nuts, but then again Erroll is no ordinary squirrel; he's a very special talking squirrel! When Erroll turns up in Bob's pack of Nutti Nutts, mess, chaos, destruction and peanut butter are not far behind and Bob finds himself embarking on mischief and adventure in his very own home.

Reviews

Hannah Shaw's busy illustrations make excellent use of flattened perspectives that root the story domestically while also containing loads of visual jokes -- Julia Eccleshare Guardian A lively tale with comic-book humour and lighthearted touches Junior Hannah Shaw's mischievous Erroll tickled Oscar's funny bones. It's the story of Bob, who finds a squirrel in his packet of Nutti Nuts. For the next week Oscar kept expecting little critters to pop out of his cereal box The Irish Times A very funny book that also has an important message about friendships Angels and Urchins

About the Author

Hannah Shaw

Hannah Shaw studied Illustration at the University of Brighton and graduated in 2004. Fuelled by an over-active imagination, she has managed to create a number of critically acclaimed, award-winning children’s books. Hannah currently lives in Gloucestershire with her husband and their dog. Hannah won the Cambridgeshire Picture Book Award in 2009 for Evil Weasel, and was also the illustrator of The Great Hamster Massacre which won the 2010 Waterstones Children's Book Prize.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 5 to 7

Author

Hannah Shaw
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Author's Website

www.hannahshawillustrator.c...

Publisher

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

Publication date

1st April 2010

ISBN

9781862304475


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