Boris is back in a fourth story - this time he and his classmates succumb to a bout of chicken pox. Miss Cluck has to enlist the help of local farmer Mr Gander and Buttercup the cow to take the poorly animals home and her day in an empty classroom is rather a sad affair. At least she gets the chance to make some honey-oat cookies as a welcome-back treat to give to Boris and his friends when they come back to school, fully recovered.
Carrie was born in a village in Kent in 1966 - the year that England won the World Cup! Perhaps this explains her lifelong love of football. After doing her first degree at Warwick University, Carrie taught in schools in London before returning to Kent where she now lives with her husband, two children and various animals. She lectures at the University of EMore about Carrie Weston
Award-winning illustrator Tim Warnes shares a studio at his home near Dorchester in the Dorset countryside with his wife, illustrator Jane Chapman. Tim is best known for illustrating the Little Tiger books, which gave Little Tiger Press not only its name, but its first ever logo too!More about Tim Warnes