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Elizabeth Baguley

Elizabeth Baguley

  • 4 stars across 7 books
Elizabeth Baguley studied English Literature before going on to train as a teacher. She began writing for children after discovering the power of picture books when reading to her daughters. She has also written Meggie Moon and The Little Lost Robin for Little Tiger Press. Jane Chapman shares a studio at her home in Dorset with her husband, illustrator Tim Warnes. They have two young sons. Jane has illustrated many best-selling books for Little Tiger Press.
1st September 2008

A Long Way from Home

(3 reviews) Review
6th August 2012

Pigeon Poo

In a perfect town with tidy streets, And flawless lawns with shiny seats, A pigeon swooped and looped the loop, And left... MorePigeon Poo

(2 reviews) Review
2nd January 2006

Meggie Moon

Digger and Tiger spend all their time in the Yard. No one else dares comes there - it's their place. Then one day someon... MoreMeggie Moon

(1 review) Review
6th April 2009

Little Pip and the Rainbow Wish

Poor little Pip is just too shy to join in the games with Milly and Spike. If only he had something to give them so that... MoreLittle Pip and the Rainbow Wish

(1 review) Review
6th September 2012

Ready Steady Ghost!

'Shiver-me, shake-me!' said Bertie. The forest at midnight can be a scary place. Bertie has just set out on his first h... MoreReady Steady Ghost!

(1 review) Review
3rd September 2007

The Little Lost Robin

On the edge of the deep wood lives an old hare. Every day he walks in the wood to visit his friend, little Robin, and li... MoreThe Little Lost Robin

(0 reviews) Review
1st February 2018

Just Like Brothers

Near the woods live a little boy and his mother. The mother warns her son to watch out for wolves, but he doesn't listen... MoreJust Like Brothers

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