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A must-have for all who hate being kissed! Momo the little monkey hates kissing. He hates other people kissing each other but, most of all, he hates being kissed himself! But when Momo has a new baby brother, by mistake he suddenly discovers the wonder of KISSING! Beautifully illustrated, this is a highly entertaining and touching family story. ~ Julia Eccleshare
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'I wish no one had invented kissing.' Momo doesn't approve of kissing. He especially doesn't like being kissed. So he sets out on a campaign to stop it. But then his brand new baby brother arrives and he changes his mind!
The abundant humour will strike many chords with young children. The Bookseller
Another delicacy from this brilliant writer and illustrator, which goes to the emotional heart. The Independent
A must-have for all who hate being kissed! Beautifully illustrated, this is a highly entertaining and touching family story. -- Julia Eccleshare LoveReading4Kids
A funny and moving story all about kissing! Perfect for little boys and girls, whether they stand sweetly for kisses or hide under tables and then, if caught, wipe them off quickly! The Bookbag
Subversive appeal. Tablet
|Publication date:||7th April 2011|
|Author:||Emma Chichester Clark|
|Illustrator:||Emma Chichester Clark|
|Publisher:||Andersen Press Ltd|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
Emma Chichester Clark studied at the Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art, where she was taught by Quentin Blake. She has worked as a freelance illustrator for various magazines including New Scientist, Cosmopolitan and The Sunday Times, for publishers and advertising agencies as well as teaching art for several years, and has also illustrated numerous book jackets. In 1988 she won the Mother Goose Award for her first book, Listen to This!, an anthology compiled by Laura Cecil. She also won the Kate Greenaway medal in 1988. Since then, she has become internationally known, illustrating ...More About Emma Chichester Clark