Author(s): Alan James Brown
Never lie on a lion or creep up behind a sheep. Why? Because all sorts of things can happen, as we soon find out in this lively read-aloud text for the very young. Children get covered in mud, outrun by horses and kept on their toes by cows. There is heaps of animal fun to be had in this charming book.
A crazy, cautionary tale full of outrageous animal antics
Alan Brown writes for children of all ages. His picture books include titles like Hoot and Holler and I Am A Dog. For older children, there is his Arthurian novel Sword and Sorcery, as well as a book about the Tolpuddle Martyrs and their transportation to Australia called Tolpuddle Boy. Alan lives in Derbyshire, where he works on creative writing with children and adults in writing groups, schools and libraries. http://alanjamesbrown.com/ Barbara Vagnozzi lives near Bologna in Italy. Her work has been published around the world. This is her second book for Bloomsbury; her first books was Busy Day.