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The Tale of Georgie Grub

by Jeanne Willis

The Tale of Georgie Grub Synopsis

This is the tale of Georgie Grub who would not give himself a scrub. No matter how his mother tried when she said 'Soap', he'd run and hide. But Georgie meets a gruesome end in this hilariously anarchic tale.

The Tale of Georgie Grub Press Reviews

A hilarious and blithely grim cautionary tale. Willis' agile rhymes dance across the page. -- Jake Hope The Bookseller Ideal if you're looking for something a bit cheeky, a bit naughty, and lots of fun. Recommended. -- Keith Dudhnath Vibrant illustrations full of colour, energy and life couple the text in an equally humorous way. Early Years Educator A very enjoyable cautionary tale with flowing text and really funny illustrations. Children will love this one. Parents In Touch This book is so delightful, everyone will want to read it lots of times. Armadillo Magazine

Book Information

ISBN: 9781849392136
Publication date: 3rd February 2011
Author: Jeanne Willis
Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 32 pages
Categories: Picture storybooks,

About Jeanne Willis

Jeanne Willis is one of the most successful children's picture book authors. She also writes for television and video companies, and has two children. Margaret Chamberlain was born in London and grew up in Weybridge, Surrey. She studied at the Royal College of Art. With Quentin Blake as her tutor she was inspired to start illustrating children's books. She now lives in Lyme Regis, Dorset with her husband Ian Dicks, the cartoonist.

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