The perfect Father's Day gift and the second title in an interactive pre-school picture book series by the creators of the bestselling You Choose and Just Imagine.
Join Little Monster and his dad on their big day out, filled with cars, buses, trains, trucks and more! Dad and Little Monster are going to the fair, but the car breaks down and the rescue truck gets stuck . . . Will they be in time to ride the ghost train?
Lift the flaps to find out!
Fans of Nick Sharratt's instantly recognisable style will love the combination of bold artwork, lovable characters and simple, lively text in this beautiful picture book. The perfect interactive lift-the-flap book for parents and children to enjoy together. Great for children age 3 years and up.
Pippa Goodhart has had over 90 books published and is best known for her picture book You Choose and the Winnie the Witch storybooks. Pippa has been longlisted for the Kate Greenaway Award, won the 2011 Mumsnet Children's Book of the Year and was shortlisted for the Young Telegraph Book of the Year award.
Nick Sharratt has illustrated over 250 books and written over 40 books of his own. He has worked with Julia Donaldson, Jeremy Strong, Michael Rosen, Giles Andreae, Kes Gray and most notably Dame Jacqueline Wilson. He was the official illustrator for World Book Day in 2006 and has a fellowship from Hereford College of Art. He has won many awards including the Children's Book Award and the Red House Children's Book Award, and was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal.
This is Book 5 in the Little Monster Series. See all Little Monster books here.
Pippa lives just outside Cambridge. Having started work in the book world as a sixteen year old doing a Saturday job in Heffers Bookshop, she went on to become a publisher's reader, a writer, and a teacher of writing for children. She has written over eighty books for children, and one adult novel. Shortlisted for numerous awards, she has won Mumsnet's BookMore about Pippa Goodhart
Nick Sharratt Biography
Nick Sharratt is a much-respected illustrator and author of children’s books. He was born in London in 1962 and spent his childhood in Suffolk, Nottinghamshire and Manchester.
From a very early age Sharratt loved to draw so it was no surprise that when he left school he decided to go to Manchester Polytechnic to do a foun