The Little Somethings is a charming series, ideal for kids who love collecting Mr Men and Little Miss.
Somewhere, not so far away, there's a cave filled with wonderful creatures. They're called the Little Somethings, which is unfortunate, because the Greedy Guzzler is very hungry . . . and looking for a little something to satisfy his appetite . . .
Those poor Little Somethings; they're terrified of being eaten! But this Greedy Guzzler is very particular. He doesn't want any old little something. He doesn't want anything skinny, nor anything with wings or nasty stings. Which just leaves . . . the Miniwiggler and Skiddadler.
The Miniwiggler will have to use all his cunning in order to escape the Greedy Guzzler's clutches!
Little Somethings is perfect for kids aged 3 and up. Children will have fun pointing out the different characters with the `Spotters Guide' and following the recipe for `Nosh Biscuits'!
Look out for the other titles in this series:
Jill Lewis is actually two people! Jill and Alison combine their talents (education and theatre production) to bring a fresh, inventive voice to the world of picture books.
Ali Pye graduated from Kingston University with an MA in illustration in 2010. Her work combines digital and hand-drawn elements. She was highly commended (Most Promising New Talent) in the 2012 Junior Design Awards. She has recently collaborated with Claire Freedman on Tenny-Weeny Queenie.
This is Book 1 in the The Little Somethings Series. See all The Little Somethings books here.
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Jill Lewis, EdD, is Professor of Literacy Education at New Jersey City University. Previously she taught high school English in public schools and directed a reading lab at a community college. She has published numerous articles, chapters, and books on adolescent literacy, content-area reading, professional development, and advocacy, and presents her work wMore about Jill Lewis
Ali Pye had wanted to be an illustrator ever since she was little, and used to draw stories and stick the pages together to make little books. But it took her a few years and a stint as a copy editor to start drawing professionally. She graduated from the Kingston MA in Illustration in 2010 and is now a full-time illustrator.More about Ali Pye