Little Smudge by Lionel Le Neouanic


Little Smudge by Lionel Le Neouanic

Little Smudge is lonely. Mummy Smudge asks why Little Smudge is all alone in the corner. Why can't Little Smudge go and find some friends? But when Little Smudge eventually finds the other colourful shapes, like Little Square and Little Triangle, they don't want to play with Little Smudge. That is, until they see all the amazing shapes Little Smudge can form, and just how different a smudge can be...


With bright and simple illustrations, this tale celebrates friendship, diversity and tolerance. Headteacher Update

About the Author

Lionel Le Neouanic was born in 1964 and went on to study at one of the most famous French art schools, The Estienne School. Since then he has written and illustrated many books. Lionel also finds time to sculpt and paint and even plays in a band.

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48 pages


Lionel Le Neouanic
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Boxer Books Limited

Publication date

1st September 2007



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