Burger Boy (häftad)
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Andersen Press Ltd
Matsuoka, Mei (ill.)
Mei Matsuoka
chiefly col. Illustrations
220 x 180 x 5 mm
184 g
Burger Boy (häftad)

Burger Boy

Häftad Engelska, 2006-06-01
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Benny liked burgers. Benny LOVED burgers. Burgers were the only food that Benny would eat. "You'll turn into a burger one day," his mum warned. And one day, Benny did. And that is just the start of a madcap chase in which the hapless Benny is pursued across the countryside by a mob of hungry dogs, boys and angry cows. An hilarious cautionary tale with a twist from a winning author and artist team.
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"'A tongue-in-cheek modern fable about a little boy who likes fast food too much.'" * Publishing News * "Its witty rhymes and sprightly illustrations will definitely entertain everyone." * Evening Standard * "Great fun!" * Mother and Baby * "The illustrations are fantastic, and Benny's transformation into a burger and bun is hilarious. . . A great culinary cautionary tale." * myBooksmag * "Burger Boy manages to extol the virtues of healthy eating in a balanced way" * Scotland on Sunday *

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Alan Durant (Author) Alan Durant is the author of books for a wide age-range, from picture books such as Burger Boy, Angus Rides the Goods Train and Always and Forever to top-end teenage thrillers (Blood, Flesh and Bones). Having worked as a copywriter at Walker Books, he is now a full-time author. He's married, with three children and lives in Brighton. He does a lot of school visits throughout the UK and abroad and also runs writing workshops.Mei Matsuoka (Illustrator) Since graduating from Kingston College of Art in 2004 Mei Matsuoka has been in much demand as an illustrator. Her illustrations for a short story won first prize in a UNESCO sponsored competition, which she travelled to Japan to collect.