Zoe's Rescue Zoo: The Super Sloth

Amelia Cobb and Sophy Williams
AUD $9.99
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A perfect series for young readers about a girl called Zoe who works at a rescue zoo. Not only does she have a wonderful talent for helping animals, she also has a fantastic secret - she can actually talk to them! At Zoe's Rescue Zoo only the cutest, cuddliest animals need apply!

Zoe loves living at her uncle's rescue zoo because there's always something exciting going on, and this time, it's the arrival of a super cuddly sloth!

The latest in a long-line of adorable titles for younger readers - loved as much as the family pet!

Author bio:

Amelia Cobb is sadly not a real person, although there is a real author behind the Zoe's Rescue Zoo stories. If Amelia did exist, we like to think that she'd live by the sea with her two goldfish, Flip and Flop, and write her stories at a small desk by the window, listening to the radio and wearing a brightly-coloured scarf at all times.

Sophy Williams is an award-winning illustrator with twenty-five years experience illustrating children's books. While still studying, she twice won prizes in the Readers Digest Young Illustrator's competition and was runner up for the Mother Goose Award for her first picture book. She spent some of her childhood in exotic locations such as Singapore, Hong Kong and the Middle East and often finds her illustrations being influenced by these places. Her pictures are filled with atmosphere and drama created with soft pastels. She now lives by the Kennet and Avon canal in Bradford on Avon with her husband, author/illustrator MP Robertson, their two lanky teenage sons and a mischievous grey cat called Hamish. When not illustrating she sings and performs in a choir, grows fruit and veg on her allotment and drinks lots coffee with her friends.

Category: Children's
ISBN: 9781788001502
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Imprint: Nosy Crow
Pub Date: August 2018
Page Extent: 128
Format: Paperback - B format
Age: 5 - 7
Subject: Children's, Teenage & educational

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