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Ros Asquith’s deceptively simple text shows us the world through the eyes of a young boy on his various adventures.
One moment he’s a ‘water boy’ at the seaside, the next he’s a ‘farm boy’ playing with the animals.
Ian Andrew’s beautiful illustrations perfectly capture the moments of play and exploration we share with the child in this evocative tale of long summer days and adventure.
|Publication date:||1st May 2008|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers|
Ros Asquith contributes a regular cartoon feature to The Guardian and achieved fame world wide for her Teenage Worrier books (realistic and funny explorations of teen problems and how to solve them) and the Trixie Tempest books aimed at the "tween" market of readers between the ages of nine and twelve. Her book Letters from an Alien Schoolboy was shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Book Prize and The Great Big Book of Families, with Mary Hoffman, won the School Libraries Association Prize. An honours graduate of Camberwell Art School, Asquith worked in graphic design and mural painting before ...More About Ros Asquith
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