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A Spot of Bother By Jonathan Emmett

A Spot of Bother by Jonathan Emmett

Condition - Very Good
$11.99
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Summary

Will our hero ever be a perfectly pristine pig again?

A Spot of Bother Summary

A Spot of Bother by Jonathan Emmett

Will our hero ever be a perfectly pristine pig again?

Pig is very proud of his neat appearance, so he's horrified to discover a spot of squashed cherry on his side. But when his farmyard friends try to help - with disastrous results - the spot of bother soon becomes a truly calamitous catastrophe! Children will love following the exploits of Cow, Goat, Sheep and Pig in this hilarious pig-ture book romp.

About Jonathan Emmett

Jonathan Emmett gave up architecture in 1995 to pursue a career as a writer and has since had huge success with his series of Mole stories Bringing Down the Moon, Diamond in the Snow, No Place Like Home, A Secret Worth Sharing and The Best Gift of All (also illustrated by Vanessa Cabban). He lives in Nottingham with his family.

Vanessa Cabban obtained a degree in illustration from Brighton University and an MA from the Royal College of Art. As well as the Mole books, Vanessa illustrated the bestselling series Dear Tooth Fairy, Dear Father Christmas and Dear Mermaid, written by Alan Durant, and collaborated with Jeanne Willis on Emily Peppermint's Toy School.

Additional information

GOR007843432
9781406365498
1406365491
A Spot of Bother by Jonathan Emmett
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Walker Books Ltd
2016-05-05
32
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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