Mr Jack

Mr Jack is a small dog in a big hurry, but without his glasses, how will he ever find his way home Follow Mr Jack as he mistakes a sewer for a subway, catches a banana truck instead of a bus, and oh no Is that Mr Jack heading for the zoo In a book bursting with visual gags, children will love to spot Mr Jack s next blunder as he wends his comical way through town.
Mr Jack Mr Jack is a small dog in a big hurry but without his glasses how will he ever find his way home Follow Mr Jack as he mistakes a sewer for a subway catches a banana truck instead of a bus and oh n

  • Title: Mr Jack
  • Author: Christine Morton-Shaw Thomas M. Müller
  • ISBN: 9781405009119
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Christine Morton-Shaw Thomas M. Müller

    I m a writer of children s picture books and two novels You can find out about my first YA novel, THE RIDDLES OF EPSILON at riddlesofepsilon, whileOther details of my books can be found if you type in my name to google As for me, I m generally considered a bit spooky, a bit mad or both Maybe I am My new novel The Hunt for the Seventh comes out of September 30th 2008 Christine Morton Shaw spent much of her childhood wandering through old churches, deserted abbeys, and stately homes in Lancashire, England When she was six years old, she had a recurring dream that she was meeting a girl from Victorian times The girl always did the same thing in the dream She would run to the top of a staircase, see Christine, and say in a wobbly voice Mother That little girl is here again Then Christine would wake up The author has a fascination for any and all clues left by the past Egyptian hieroglyphics, and her own inventions based on them, kept her occupied during long winters She considers the scores of published and unpublished diaries that she has read to be one of her greatest influences as a writer Christine Morton Shaw lives with her family in Sheffield, England She is the author of many picture books for children The Riddles of Epsilon is her first novel.

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      Jun 20, 2019 - 02:01 AM

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