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Mostly the Hueys get along just fine. But occasionally, they do NOT! When a big fight breaks out everyone says they are not to blame. Strangely, none of them can even remember what they are fighting about! In his simple illustrations, Oliver Jeffers captures the curious dynamics of falling out and making up perfectly.
A fight has broken out amongst The Hueys. It was not me! It was him! But no one can remember what they're fighting about. If only they could find an interesting distraction...
It Wasn’t Me is the second title in The Huey’s series. The first, The Hueys - The New Jumper, was a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year, 2012. Like all of Oliver’s work it is intelligent, thought provoking, great fun and will delight adults and children. The name is inspired by Oliver’s grandfather who could never remember the names of his numerous grandchildren and so called them all Huey, regardless of gender.
You can download some fun Hueys Activity Sheets here!
There are three books in the Hueys series -
Praise for Oliver Jeffers: 'Mouth-wateringly irresistible The Guardian
'If only all picture books could be this good.' The Bookseller
'Full of heart' Irish Times
Publication date: 08/05/2014
Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
|Publication date:||8th May 2014|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Suitable for:||Baby and Toddler, 3+ readers|
Oliver Jeffers has won numerous awards and delighted millions of kids and parents alike with his beautifully hand illustrated stories. Jeffers's picture books are wonderfully accessible. They explore themes of friendship, loneliness, independence and imagination. He has written and illustrated, or "made", as he prefers to put it, five hugely successful picture books. The first three - the "boy books" - feature a small boy who sets off on a series of daunting quests. How to Catch a Star (2004), the first of them, was inspired by a Brer Rabbit story he read as a child. In Lost and Found (2005) ...More About Oliver Jeffers