Miss Llewellyn-Jones goes to town
Written by Elaine Forrestal and illustrated by Moira Court
Miss Llewellyn-Jones takes Teddy shopping – with disastrous results. Teddy takes off on an adventure of his own, and it takes all his ingenuity to find his way home. A delightfully rhythmic text and gorgeous, quirky illustrations make this a book to read again and again.
Illustrator Moira Court was shortlisted for a Crichton Award for Best New Illustrator by the Children’s Book Council for Miss Llewellyn-Jones.
Praise for Miss Llewellyn-Jones goes to town
Moira Court’s pictures are sure to capture little imaginations. Nurture Magazine
… these delightful illustrations tell much of the story. Such a fun way to improve your children’s visual literacy skills.
Good Reading Magazine
A fun and colourful picture book which will make story-time before bed even more enjoyable. Buzz Words
Moira Court’s retro flavoured illustrations are the big drawcard here. Herald Sun
Lovely rhythms make this a favourite for little ones to read again … and again … and again. Scoop
… this implacable hero has a well deserved slice of the four- to nine-year-old market; especially good for schools and libraries. Australian Bookseller+Publisher
The combination of attractive, colourful illustration and lyrical text are sure to make this a hit with the early childhood set and those who read them. Magpies
If self-parody is the music of picture books, then this is musical theatre carried off with entertaining lightness of touch.
Sydney Morning Herald
Children’s Book Council of Australia Picture Book of the Year (Notable Book 2011)
(200 x 270mm)
Children's Picture Books
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