DFC Library: Vern and Lettuce

Author:   Sarah McIntyre
Publisher:   Random House Children's Publishers UK
ISBN:  

9781849921749


Pages:   48
Publication Date:   01 August 2013
Recommended Age:   From 9
Format:   Paperback
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DFC Library: Vern and Lettuce


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Author:   Sarah McIntyre
Publisher:   Random House Children's Publishers UK
Imprint:   David Fickling Books
Dimensions:   Width: 17.70cm , Height: 0.50cm , Length: 24.90cm
Weight:   0.168kg
ISBN:  

9781849921749


ISBN 10:   1849921741
Pages:   48
Publication Date:   01 August 2013
Recommended Age:   From 9
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children's (6-12)
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   To order   Availability explained
Stock availability from the supplier is unknown. We will order it for you and ship this item to you once it is received by us.

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It's all very charming without ever going anywhere near twee -- Philip Reeve The Solitary Bee 20101005 A great introduction to comics for young readers. The style is clear and easy to follow for those not used to comic format, and the humorous stories will entertain the young readers and have them hooked Library Mice 20101021 Unlike some books in this genre, the appeal of this book is not purely aesthetic as Sarah McIntyre also possesses a great deal of skill with words; her chuckle-inducing writing fits the images perfectly and makes this a book that will put a smile on the face of all its readers, from young children to grumpy old men and women Book Zone for Boys 20101021 Enough twists and turns to keep adults interested. Writer/artist Sarah McIntyre has created a witty and delightful series-the stories engaging and cute without being saccharine and the artwork clear and appealing-that's guaranteed to bring a smile to your face Bear Alley 20101026 This simple and delightful story of best friends Vern the sheep and Lettuce the rabbit is perhaps the DFC title that will most inspire readers to get drawing. Sarah McIntyre's style is easy for readers to copy and the story is simply told, with a balance of heart-warming moments and well-timed gags Armadillo Magazine 20101214


It's all very charming without ever going anywhere near twee -- Philip Reeve The Solitary Bee A great introduction to comics for young readers. The style is clear and easy to follow for those not used to comic format, and the humorous stories will entertain the young readers and have them hooked Library Mice Unlike some books in this genre, the appeal of this book is not purely aesthetic as Sarah McIntyre also possesses a great deal of skill with words; her chuckle-inducing writing fits the images perfectly and makes this a book that will put a smile on the face of all its readers, from young children to grumpy old men and women Book Zone for Boys Enough twists and turns to keep adults interested. Writer/artist Sarah McIntyre has created a witty and delightful series-the stories engaging and cute without being saccharine and the artwork clear and appealing-that's guaranteed to bring a smile to your face Bear Alley This simple and delightful story of best friends Vern the sheep and Lettuce the rabbit is perhaps the DFC title that will most inspire readers to get drawing. Sarah McIntyre's style is easy for readers to copy and the story is simply told, with a balance of heart-warming moments and well-timed gags Armadillo Magazine


Author Information

Born in Seattle in the USA, Sarah studied Russian literature at Bryn Mawr College. She worked at a newspaper in Moscow, moved to London and ran an art gallery with friends in Camberwell, then went on to study Illustration at Camberwell College of the Arts, where David Fickling discovered her, halfway through her course. She now shares a studio with three friends in an old police station in Deptford, south London (complete with cells!). They call it The Fleece Station, since the original three members all met while drawing comics about sheep!

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