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Susannah Lloyd

  • 5 stars across 4 books
    Susannah Lloyd is the author of Oh Monty, illustrated by Nici Gregory, Here Be Dragons, illustrated by Paddy Donnelly, This Book Can Read Your Mind, illustrated by Jacob Grant, and The Terribly Friendly Fox, illustrated by Ellie Snowdon.

    Her favourite food is trifle and her  favourite words are ‘in cahoots’ and ‘hullabaloo’.

    She wrote her first ever picture book when she was five, on her kitchen table, with the help of a large pot of felt tip pens and a stapler. It was about a fox, a wolf, a crow and a stolen balloon. It had a very mysterious ending.  

    Her books are inspired by old black and white movies, dusty stuffed animals in museums and all things small in the world.
    7th January 2020

    This Book Can Read Your Mind

    This book can READ YOUR MIND. I will just need you to think of something, but whatever you do, don't think of anythi... More

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    2nd February 2021

    Here Be Dragons

    This book is about a knight on a mission: to find and slay a dragon. The other knights have told him that there's no s... More

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    19th September 2019

    The Terribly Friendly Fox

    When Gerald the fox turns up at the Annual Woodland Creatures' Ball, a few of the guests are a little concerned. After a... More

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    2nd September 2021

    Oh Monty!

    The owner of Tiddles and Monty has the mos t marvellous thing to show them. A cake, with extra chocolate... More

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