The glump lives all alone in his cave, deep in the wood, wishing he could come out and dance with the peebles. Meanwhile, a peeble wishes she could be quiet and thoughtful like a glump. "Try not to be nervous," the peeble says to the glump. "You can't be frightened of things you've not tried." When they become friends it turns out the two creatures have a lot to teach each other! This funny picture book about the power of friendship teaches children it's fine to be different.
|Publisher:||Frances Lincoln Children's Books|
|Product dimensions:||9.60(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Rebecca Ashdown studied at Norwich School of Art, Westminister University and Central St Martins, and then worked as a graphic and motion designer, film-maker and freelance vector artist. She is now concentrating on illustration and uses drawing, printmaking and digital techniques to create her pictures. How the Library (not the Prince) Saved Rapunzel is Rebecca's first published book. She lives in Stroud, Gloucestershire.
WENDY MEDDOUR is the author and illustrator of A Hen in the Wardrobe and The Black Cat Detectives in the Cinnamon Grove series for Frances Lincoln. The series has been critically acclaimed, and A Hen in the Wardrobe won the John C Laurence Award for writing that improves relations between races. It was also shortlisted for the BranfordBoase Award for an outstanding first novel.Wendy was brought up in Aberystwyth and spent many years teaching English at Oxford University. She is also the author of the bestselling Wendy Quill books and writes and paints from her home in Wiltshire.