What's the Matter, Aunty May? by Peter Friend
  

Synopsis

What's the Matter, Aunty May? by Peter Friend

What's the Matter, Aunty May? When the Help becomes a hindrance, Aunty May is left clean out of patience. In this portrait of childhood optimism and cheer, the narrator proceeds from chore to chore leaving a trail of destruction behind him, oblivious to his aunt's horror.

About the Author

Andrew Joyner is an illustrator and cartoonist published nationally and internationally. Along with his book work, he also illustrates regularly for a range of leading newspapers and magazines in Australia.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages

Author

Peter Friend
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Publisher

Little Hare

Publication date

1st March 2012

ISBN

9781921714535

Publisher Profile

Little Hare is an imprint of Little Hare

logo Little Hare Books is a delightful small book publisher that was launched in Sydney in 2001 by Mary and Rod Hare, with the aim of producing quality children's books that would appeal to children internationally. Little Hare is also known for commissioning and nurturing top Australian authors and illustrators, and there is now a strong demand for Little Hare books in the independent book trade and libraries worldwide, due to their heralded originality and sense of freshness.

Publisher's Website

www.littleharebooks.com/


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