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Big, Bad Owl

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Big, Bad Owl is a fabulously funny, tongue-in-cheek picture book from best-selling author and master of comedy, Steve Smallman ( Dragon Stew and Monkey with a Bright Blue Bottom ). Children will love the quirky illustrations in this story about learning to deal with moods and emotions.
Feeling cranky? Out of sorts? Perhaps a teeny bit tetchy? Then flap off over to Scowl's grumpy branch for a good old grouch and grumble... Everybody wants to cheer Scowl up, but there's one thing that makes him the happiest owl in the world - and that's being in a good old grump!

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Steve Smallman has been illustrating children's books for over 30 years and began writing children's stories 10 years ago, now having written over 50 books. He also teaches illustration and mural-painting workshops in schools. The first picture book he wrote was [url=https://toppsta.com/books/details/the-lamb-who-came-for-din

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Michael Rosen is one of the UK's bestloved children's writers. He was the fifth UK Children's Laureate and has won numerousawards, including an Exceptional Award for his 2004 colloboration with Quentin Blake, Michael Rosen's Sad Book.

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