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Gravett, Emily, author, artist

What if a book could come alive? Rabbit finds out after borrowing a book on wolves from the library. It's not long before a sinister creature with sharp claws and a bushy tail starts to creep up on Rabbit and the suspenseful book-within-a-book format plays out to surprising effect. Includes an additional mini-book to cut out and keep

Paperback, Book. English. Toy and movable books. Early Years. Picture Books. Children's stories.
Published London: Two Hoots, 2016

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Statement of responsibility: Emily Grrrabbit
ISBN: 1509836667, 9781509836666
Intended audience: Preschool.
Note: Contains ephemera.
Note: Author name on front cover is Emily Gravett.
Note: Originally published: London: Macmillan Children's, 2005.
Physical Description: 36 unnumbered pages : chiefly illustrations (colour) ; 26 cm
Subject: Wolves Pictorial works Juvenile fiction.
Award: Kate Greenaway Medal 2005

Author note

Emily Gravett is a graduate of Brighton University and the winner of the Macmillan Prize for Illustration. She burst onto the scene with the startlingly original Wolves, with which she won her first CILIP Kate Greenaway Award. Emily won her second for the extraordinary Little Mouse's Big Book of Fears. Some of her other titles include Little Mouse's Big Book of Beasts, Dogs, Wolf Won't Bite, Monkey and Me, Cave Baby with Julia Donaldson and Tidy. Emily lives in Brighton.


We, too, have been swallowed up by the book
Sunday Times||Quite superb!
Books for Keeps||Full of entertaining and scary stuff