Author(s): Sam Bowring
Little Bad Wolf dreams of being big and bad, wreaking havoc wherever he goes - just like his grandad, the Big Bad Wolf, before him. He does his best to make trouble around the neighbourhood, especially for Mrs Pig! But does he live up to his grandfather's fearsome reputation? Fans of SHREK will love the fabulous and funny THE LITTLE BAD WOLF - from the illustrator of WOMBAT WENT A'WALKING.
featuring a brilliantly illustrated cast of indigenous Aussie wildlife, WOMBAT WENT A' WALKING is a playful animal romp that's as much fun to read as it is to sing. - PRACTICAL PARENTING MAGAZINE on WOMBAT WENT A WALKING Wombat is so cute, how could you resist? - The Clothesline on WOMBAT WENT A SURFING SAM THE CAT delves subtly into the themes of new siblings, jealousy and sibling rivalry. Sam Bowring has told the story well; although it is an emotional, and rather sad, story he balances that with humorous cat-like perspectives. - My Little Bookcase on SAM THE CAT youngsters will enjoy ... Very cute. - Aussie Reviews on SAM THE CAT
Sam Bowring (Author) Sam Bowring is a comedian and writer. As well as creating his own stand-up routines, he has written for a number of television shows and written children's books. He is the author of the acclaimed Broken Well Trilogy and the Strange Threads Duology. His children's books are SAM THE CAT (Working Title Press, 2012; illustrated by Andrew McLean) and SIR JOSHUA AND THE UNPROFESSIONAL DRAGON (Koala Books, 1999). He lives in Sydney. For more information about Sam visit his website www.sambowring.com Lachlan Creagh (Illustrator) Lachlan Creagh is a versatile and talented illustrator, concept designer and animator based in Brisbane. His books include WOMBAT WENT A' WALKING, WOMBAT WENT A' RACING, WOMBAT'S BIRTHDAY SURPRISE, WOMBAT JUMPED OVER THE MOON, A VERY WOMBAT CHRISTMAS and DINOSAUR ROCKS as well as the Little Mates series (Scholastic). Visit him at lach-land.com