Where to, Little Wombat? by Charles Fuge
  

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Where to, Little Wombat? by Charles Fuge

About the Author

Charles Fuge

Charles has been writing and illustrating since 1988. His first picture book, BUSH VARK’S FIRST DAY OUT, won The Macmillan Prize and was published whilst he was in his second year at Camberwell School of Art. A year later it went on to win The Mother Goose Award for best newcomer to children’s picture books.

Charles was brought up and educated in Bath, lived in Camberwell for almost twenty years and now lives in Dorset. He is passionate about the natural world and its preservation hence he concentrates on animals and nature in his illustrations. He also plays bass in an alternative pop band.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Charles Fuge
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Publisher

Gullane Children's Books

Publication date

1st September 2007

ISBN

9781862336803


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