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Russell and the Lost Treasure

by Rob Scotton

Russell and the Lost Treasure Synopsis

Russell the sheep is back again in another great adventure - searching for lost treasure! Russell the sheep is thrilled with his latest discovery: a chest containing the Lost Treasure of Frogsbottom Field. What will he find when he turns the key? Russell is so disappointed when he opens the chest to find some useless items and an ancient camera. But when the camera accidnetally goes off with a bright FLASH...Russell realizes there is a whole new world ready for his creativity. Soon Russell finds himself with a tersury rich in photos. Each page is brilliantly illustrated as Russell discovers new things to take pictures of. Follow along to see all of Russell's new riches!

Russell and the Lost Treasure Press Reviews

Praise for `Russell the Sheep': `Russell the Sheep is completely engaging and bound to become a star of the future.' The Bookseller `This is the delicious tale of a sheep who can't sleep.' Daily Express `Charming tale.' Grove `This quirky bedtime story...will amuse and appeal to the very young.' Family Interest Magazine `Gorgeous, gently coloured illustrations...A perfect bedtime story.' Eastern Daily Press

Book Information

ISBN: 9780007206254
Publication date: 3rd July 2006
Author: Rob Scotton
Publisher: HarperCollins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 32 pages
Categories: Picture books,

About Rob Scotton

Rob Scotton had only to look out of his studio window to find the inspiration for Russell. The rolling countryside surrounding his home is brimming with sheep, other wildlife, sheep, rural beauty, and more sheep. An honours graduate of Leicester Polytechnic, Rob now lives in Rutland, England, with his wife, Liz, who is also an artist.

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