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Crayon

Crayon

Colouring is fun! Colouring is great! As long as you keep your crayon on YOUR side of the paper...
A bit of red here. A bit of red there. A bit of red... HEY! You're colouring on my side! This bit of the book is for BLUE.
So begins a colourful squabble that takes an unexpected turn - with a funny, feel-good ending!
Praise for Monkey Nut:
"With brio and inventiveness he fills the pages with splashes, squabbles, contrast and laughter." Michael Rosen
"A bright and cheerful picture book that will have young readers laughing out loud from beginning to end." The Bookbag
"Who would have thought that one little monkey nut could make such a hilarious and imaginative book?... Bright and colourful, this is a lovely story about sharing." Parents in Touch
"Bold images brilliantly convey this witty story about how much trouble one monkey nut can cause!" Julia Eccleshare for Lovreading.co.uk
"Anyone would find looking at this book an exhilarating experience." Books for Keeps
"Perfect for entertaining your young reader." Mother and Baby Magazine
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  • Simon & Schuster UK | 
  • 32 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781471116803 | 
  • January 2014
List Price $8.01
Available on or around January 2, 2014

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Winner of Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2013Two little creatures + one monkey nut = big trouble!Is it a hat? Or a boat? Or a drum? Whatever it is, everyone wants it - and they DON'T want to share!One little monkey nut causes big trouble in this bright, funny and original book.Praise for Monkey Nut:"With brio and inventiveness he fills the pages with splashes, squabbles, contrast and laughter." Michael Rosen"A bright and cheerful picture book that will have young readers laughing out loud from beginning...
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About the Author

Simon Rickerty

SIMON RICKERTYstudied illustration at the Royal College of Art in London, where he won two awards and graduated with a Masters in Communication Art and Design. He won his first award at the tender age of four (the Bedfordshire under-fives Children's Book Drawing Competition!). He was shortlisted for the 2012 Waterstones Children's Books Prize for I Don't Want to be a Pea, published by OUP. Simon lives in Somerset.

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