When Sam awakes to find her stuffed toys lying in every corner of her room, she is sure that they have had an argument in the night. Will she be able to help Hop, Pig and Fluff solve their squabbles so that everyone can get a good night's sleep? Join Sam and her soft, cuddly friends in this fun rhyming story as they try to resolve their differences and remain the best of friends.
- Hardback | 32 pages
- 254 x 257 x 8mm | 408g
- 07 Nov 2020
- Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
- Singapore, Singapore
- Illustrations, unspecified
About Pippa Chorley
The AuthorPippa Chorley grew up in a picturesque village in England. As a child, she spent her days dreaming up magical worlds and taking her stuffed toys with her on wild adventures. Pippa is delighted to bring her friends back to life in her second rhyming picture book, Stuffed! Trained as a primary school teacher, Pippa loves to write her stories in rhyme, not only because it is great fun, but also because she knows that rhyme is an essential part of children's reading development. Following on from the success of Pippa's first picture book, Counting Sheep, Stuffed continues the adventures of the little girl, Sam, this time with her stuffed friends, Hop, Pig and Fluff in tow!Pippa now lives in sunny Singapore with her husband, their three children and a gazillion stuffed toys! The IllustratorObsessed with wildlife from a young age, Danny Deeptown found his love of drawing through hours of copying scientific illustrations from books of animals and dinosaurs. His artistic talent later led him to study Illustration in South Wales, UK. It was here that he found a love for classic book illustration and the use of pen and ink. Danny has illustrated numerous picture books and is a designer for one of the world's most innovative soft toy companies. He loves nothing more than to spend his days off adventuring and getting lost in nature. When working on this book, Danny may have borrowed some of his son's toys for reference and accidentally spilt ink on one or two. He hoped his son wouldn't notice, but that wasn't the case and he had to make up for it by giving the toys a good scrub in the bath.