The Best Home by Sarah Nash
  

Synopsis

The Best Home by Sarah Nash

Joe and Adam play in the woods and then run home, leaving Bear behind. The woodland animals invite him to stay, but poor old Bear just wants to go home!

Reviews

Four stunningly illustrated picture books for early years, featuring universal themes of family life ... from Dad trying to influence his son's choice of toy, to the raggedy blanket that should be dumped Guardian

About the Author

Sarah Nash is a speech therapist and primary school teacher who works in Haringey with children with communication difficulties. She lives in London with her family and loves reading and writing. Pamela Venus lives in a long stone cottage on the North Yorkshire coast, illustrating children's books - her childhood ambition. She trained in Reigate and later in Birmingham. Her four grandchildren live very close at hand and have been her best reference and truest critics, and their toys the supporting cast in her pictures.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5 To 5

Author

Sarah Nash
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Publisher

Publication date

15th October 2005

ISBN

9781870516792


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