Author(s): Lou Kuenzler; Julia Woolf (Illustrator)
An alphabet book with a difference Annie wants to paint an alphabet using her animals, but Zebra simply can't wait until the end for his time to shine. Sneakiness, silly costumes and plain pushiness doesn't get him anywhere - but he has to learn to wait his turn This zany picture book is so much more than an alphabet book - it introduces manners and patience to the littlest readers in a gentle and fun way. Lou Kuenzler's text and Julia Woolf 's illustrations brilliantly combine with hilarious effect, and bring the alphabet to life in a totally new and inventive way.
An alphabet book with a difference!
Lou Kuenzler grew up on a windy sheep farm in Devon. She is the author of numerous books for children, including My Digger is Bigger, Eat Your People, the Shrinking Violet series, the Princess DisGrace series and the Bella Broomstick series. She lives in London with her family.Julia Woolf worked for twenty years in animation, including a twelve year period working in the US for Dreamworks. After returning to the UK she decided to do the MA in Children's Book Illustration in Cambridge at Anglia Ruskin University. She is the author/illustrator of Giraffe on a Bicycle and various board books. She lives in Kent.