Slug in a Mug

Slug in a Mug

Slug in a Mug

Slug in a Mug


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Slug loves to eat human treats, but will exploring the kitchen be a wriggle too far?

Full of humour and warmth, the creators of Slug in a Mug combine engaging verse with timeless imagery and childhood nostalgia

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781915036186
Publisher: Laura Westring
Publication date: 09/09/2022
Series: Cottage Critters , #1
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range: 3 - 7 Years

About the Author

Laura is a writer of Scottish-Iranian heritage and a member of the Baháʼí Faith. She began a career in speech writing in Brussels after introducing US President Barack Obama's 'Address to European youth' in 2014 with her own speech on the role of fathers in helping their daughters to succeed. In 2016, Laura returned home to join what she considered to be a growing "business for good" movement in Scotland; advising businesses and politicians on ethical communications and occasionally writing guest essays for The Scotsman. In 2021, Laura began writing children's stories while playing with her young son, inspired by their somewhat unconventional cottage in Stirlingshire and the many creatures they've become accustomed to sharing it with.

Jon Bishop, also known as The Grey Earl, has been making creative work in Scotland for over a decade. Working with clients including the Edinburgh Fringe, Glasgow Museums, Stirling University, Visible Fictions Theatre, Stirling Photography Festival and Wildhood - A Children's Art Festival, he has an eclectic folio but with a distinct sense of style. His work has been shown at the National Gallery in Edinburgh and has held his own private shows in Glasgow, touring the UK with children's theatre company The Letter J. He is an independent publisher of greeting cards with a modern approach, using humour at its core and has spent his career developing a children's picture book aesthetic for work that has exhibited across the UK. With years of experience delivering community art workshops in various settings, from schools to art festivals and more recently developing a series of online video content, born out of Lockdown (The Toilet Roll Sessions) all designed to support both children and adults discover their creativity.
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