- Publisher: Escargot Books Online Limited
- Format: Paperback | 72 pages
- Dimensions: 124mm x 194mm x 10mm | 100g
- Publication date: 8 December 2013
- ISBN 10: 1908191694
- ISBN 13: 9781908191694
- Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
- Sales rank: 26,113
Bestselling author Peter Mayle and acclaimed children's book illustrator Arthur Robins combine their talents in this delightful children's storybook. Once you've met Chilly Billy and heard of his adventures inside the refrigerator, you'll never open the fridge door in quite the same way again! Chilly Billy is a fun and lovable character you won't forget. Reissued exclusively through Escargot Books. Illustrated in black and white.
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Peter Mayle is a British author best known for his series of books detailing life in Provence, France. He spent fifteen years in the advertising industry before leaving the business to focus on writing. A Year in Provence became an international bestseller. His novel A Good Year was made into a film directed by Ridley Scott and starring actors Russell Crowe and Marion Cotillard. Peter Mayle lives in Provence, France. He has received numerous awards. British Book Awards named A Year in Provence Best Travel Book of the Year (1989) and Peter Mayle Author of the Year (1992). The French government made him a Chevalier de la Legion d'honneur (Knight of the Legion of Honor) in 2002, for cooperation et francophonie. Arthur Robins is a popular illustrator whose work has appeared in countless advertisements, magazines and animations as well as more than fifty picture books. Peter Mayle described Arthur's work as "witty, surprising and, in its own weird way, charming. They should put up a statue to him in Guildford." He teamed up with Laurence Anholt for the very successful series and collection: Seriously Silly Stories."