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Miss Fox

Miss Fox

Puttock, Simon, author; Swain, Holly, artist

Miss Fox is a wonderful teacher. All the children love her. All, that is, except Lily Lamb, who is the naughtiest girl in school. So when Miss Fox takes the class out on a long nature walk, Lily is the only one who sees through Miss Fox's dazzling smile right down to her dark and sinister intentions

Paperback, Book. English. Children's stories. Fiction 5+. Picture Books for Older Readers. Early Reader. General.
Early reader edition.
Published London: Frances Lincoln Children's Books, 2014
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Statement of responsibility: Simon Puttock, Holly Swain
ISBN: 1847805450, 9781847805454
Intended audience: Juvenile.
Note: Previous edition: 2006.
Physical Description: 25 unnumbered pages : chiefly illustrations (colour) ; 19 cm.
Series: Time to read
Subject: Substitute teachers Pictorial works Juvenile fiction.; Danger perception Pictorial works Juvenile fiction.
Series Title: Time to read.

Author note

SIMON PUTTOCK was born in New Zealand and travelled all over the world as a child. He has had a varied career, from cinema projectionist to sound engineer to singer/songwriter and cabaret club D.J. He has written 30 books for children.

HOLLY SWAIN is a children's book illustrator, living in Hove with her husband Matt. As a kid she always loved to draw, making up characters and their worlds. She used to have a huge roll of paper under her bed that I constantly drew on which gradually got smaller and smaller, by which time she was big enough to go to college.  Holly studied Illustration at UWE Bristol and then did an MA in Brighton.

Reviews

"Another very enjoyable story with delightful illustrations that add greatly to the story. A super early reading series."

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"These books are a useful addition to the large range of early-reading books currently on offer." 

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