A Whole Lot of Lemonade Jones

Davina Bell, illustrated by Karen Blair
AUD $14.99
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Lemonade Jones likes questions and does NOT like rules. Three funny stories suitable for newly independent readers who loved the Billie B Brown series.

There are a lot of rules that do NOT interest Lemonade Jones:
1) No running in the classroom, not even in an emergency.
2) Dangerous animals should be in cages.
3) No biting. (Not even your worst enemy.)

It's hard to stick to the rules when you're making life loud and exciting! And Lemonade Jones likes it when loud and exciting things happen.

Three delightful stories about Lemonade Jones - a feisty girl with a lot of fizz.

'Lemonade Jones is lovable in her sheer joy for life...' Reading Time

Author bio:

Davina Bell is a writer for children of many ages. Her best-loved picture books include All the Ways To Be Smart, Under the Love Umbrella and All of the Factors of Why I Love Tractors. She writes junior fiction, middle-grade novels, and her debut young adult title, The End of the World Is Bigger Than Love, won Book of the Year for Older Readers at the Children's Book Council of Australia Awards and the Ethel Turner Prize at the NSW Premier's Literary Awards. Originally from Perth, Davina now lives in Melbourne. She is a children's book publisher and often speaks at schools and festivals around the country, sharing her love of books and ideas.

Karen Blair is an award-winning illustrator and author of numerous picture books. She has collaborated with some of Australia's leading children's authors, including recently with Kirsty Murray on the CBCA Honour Book When Billy was a Dog. Karen is also a primary art teacher and her characters are often inspired by her students and her own two children. She loves to help tell stories that explore the joy of discovery and play in the outdoors and the special relationships in children's lives.

Category: Children's fiction
ISBN: 9781760526375
Publisher: A&U Children's
Imprint: A & U Children
Pub Date: November 2021
Page Extent: 160
Format: Paperback - B format
Age: 5 - 7
Subject: Children's fiction

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