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Jez Alborough
Jez was born in Kingston upon Thames in 1959. He went to art school in Norwich and then set about entering the competitve world of children's books. Jez has now written and illustrated over thirty picture books for children, he was runner up of the 1985 Mother Goose Award with his first book Bare... show more

Jez was born in Kingston upon Thames in 1959. He went to art school in Norwich and then set about entering the competitve world of children's books. Jez has now written and illustrated over thirty picture books for children, he was runner up of the 1985 Mother Goose Award with his first book Bare Bear. Jez lives in London with his Danish wife.
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Birth date: November 13
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SLasagna
SLasagna rated it 3 years ago
My Friend Teddy is a sequel to the picture book Where's My Teddy? In this book, Eddie wanders back into the woods while talking to his teddy bear about being sad because his bear can't talk back. While in the woods he hears the bear crying because his teddy bear can't talk to him either. Both the...
SLasagna
SLasagna rated it 3 years ago
Eddie lost his teddy in the woods., but when he finds his teddy it has grown to be a giant-sized teddy bear. While Eddie is trying to figure out what happened to his teddy bear he hears someone else crying in the woods because his teddy bear has shrunk to be too small. Then Eddie comes face-to-fac...
Tori's Favorite Tales
Tori's Favorite Tales rated it 4 years ago
I always loved this book as a child! I remember getting my mom to read it to me constantly because she would always do different voices so it made it fun for me. I would love to read it aloud to my future classroom and use different voices for the characters just like my mom did for me. I feel as th...
Peace, Love & Books
Peace, Love & Books rated it 6 years ago
Nat the Cat cheers up her pals, Hugo Hare and Billy Goat, and have a picnic in this cheerful rhyming story.
A Geek Girls World
A Geek Girls World rated it 8 years ago
A good kid book I read it for some girls I babysite, they liked it.
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