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From morning to night, Monkey loves to play and have fun. And even if his antics can go a bit wrong, he’s always endearing! A warm, funny story about the busy day of a toddler and his favourite toy. Perfect for sharing.
ISBN: 978-0-9946269-8-1 Target age group: 3 to 7 years
- See a lovely review by Raquel Mayman of CBCA Reading Time here.
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About the Author : Sophie Masson
Born in Indonesia to French parents and brought up in Australia and France, Sophie Masson is the award-winning author of over 60 books, for children, young adults and adults, published in Australia and internationally. Many of her books are novels, including Jack of Spades (Eagle Books 2017) The Hunt for Ned Kelly (Scholastic Australia) winner of the Patricia Wrightson Award in the 2011 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards; The Crystal Heart (Random House Australia), a 2015 CBCA Notable Book; and Thomas Trew and the Island of Ghosts (Hodder UK), shortlisted for the 2009 Aurealis Awards. Recently, Sophie has begun writing picture books, with the first being Two Trickster Tales from Russia, illustrated by David Allan (Christmas Press 2013), and no less than three published in 2017: Once Upon An ABC, illustrated by Christopher Nielsen, (Little Hare); Two Rainbows, illustrated by Michael McMahon (Little Hare) and Building Site Zoo, illustrated by Laura Wood (Hachette Australia). She is delighted to be working with Kathy Creamer and Little Pink Dog Books on See Monkey.
About the Illustrator: Kathy Creamer
Kathy is a children’s illustrator and writer who has been published by Oxford University Press, Reed International, Julia Gabriel Communications, September 21, Christmas Press, Second Look and other organisations.
She has an MA in Children’s Book Illustration from the renowned Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University in England.
Kathy has also run her own successful publishing company in the UK, where she published over eighteen picture books for a range of high net-worth private clients.
Having emigrated to Australia nine years ago, she recently moved to Armidale, and with her husband Peter, has set up Little Pink Dog Books Children’s Publishing.