The Importance of Being Ernest the Earwig

Nanette Newman, illustrated by Lindsay Branagh
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Ernest decides it's high time earwigs featured in books!

All sorts of creatures appear in books - rabbits, dogs, mice, and even ladybirds - but there are no earwigs! Ernest decides to put this right, with surprising and hilarious results . . .

Author bio:

Nanette Newman (Author)
Nanette Newman
Nanette went to RADA at sixteen, left at eighteen, married Bryan Forbes, (actor- writer-producer-director) and started on her career as an actress. She appeared in various films, including The League ofGentleman (1960), The L-Shaped Room (1962), The Stepford Wives (1975), and International Velvet (1978).

Her first venture into writing was a book of children's sayings called God Bless Love. It was a bestseller and profits went to the Invalid Children's Aid.
Nanette has also written several cookbooks and over 30 books for children.

Nanette has two daughters.

Lindsay Branagh (Illustrator)
Lindsay Branagh studied Fine Art Printmaking at University followed by a Master's Degree in Set Design for Film and Television. After more than a decade working in the film industry Lindsay returned to painting and illustration - The Importance of Being Ernest the Earwig is the result.

Category: Children's fiction
ISBN: 9781783706365
Publisher: Bonnier
Imprint: Templar
Pub Date: April 2017
Page Extent: 32
Format: Paperback
Subject: Children's fiction