Mine, All Mine! by Claire Hawcock
  

Synopsis

Mine, All Mine! by Claire Hawcock

One day, Little Squirrel finds a beautiful snowflake. 'Mine, all mine,' he thinks happily to himself. But when Little Squirrel's big brothers and sisters see what he has found, they want to play with it too. Little Squirrel doesn't want to share, so he builds himself a tree house and hides away with his beautiful find. But as time goes by, and the tree house begins to feel lonely, Little Squirrel realises that his snowflake would be even more wonderful if he shared it. 'Children who have been torn between hoarding favorite things or sharing them will certainly relate to Little Squirrel's dilemma.' -- School Library Journal

About the Author

Claire Hawcock read English at the University of London and went on to become a children's book editor. She moved to Bath in 1996, where she now lives with her husband, David, and two young children, Isaac and Anna, working as a freelance writer and editor. Mine, All Mine! is her first picture book and was inspired by watching her children play. Chiara Pasqualotto was born in Padua, Italy. She has been painting and drawing since she was a child, and studied illustration at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. She has lived in France, the Czech Republic and America. Chiara recently moved back to Padua, where she lives with her striped cat called Mimma. Mine, All Mine! is Chiara's first book for children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 2-5

Author

Claire Hawcock
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Publisher

Boxer Books Limited

Publication date

1st October 2010

ISBN

9781907152559


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