The Teeny-Weeny Walking Stick by Karen J. Hodgson


The Teeny-Weeny Walking Stick by Karen J. Hodgson

The Teeny-Weeny Walking Stick is a heart-warming tale about Edward, a little boy who discovers 'little people' living at the bottom of his garden. Big sister Hattie doesn't believe him so he sets out to bring her proof. The lively dialogue between Edward and Hattie and the magical fairy world are captured beautifully by Lambert's colour illustrations. Geared to children aged 4-7, The Teeny-Weeny Walking Stick looks at the natural world from a child's point of view. Lambert is an illustrator and watercolour artist living in Merseyside. Titles include Slenda Ella and her Fairy Hogfather, The Baddies Goodies, and The Story of the Easter Bunny, which reached number three in the New York Times best-selling children's book list in 2004. Hodgson is also author of The Robot Who Couldn't Cry and Hugh's Blue Day, both published by Hogs Back Books.

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32 pages


Karen J. Hodgson
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Publication date

25th March 2010



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