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Little Stories for Little People

John Rowe

Little Stories for Little People is a pre-school children's book consisting of twelve short stories. This delightful book encourages young children to use their minds to solve a problem or a mystery. The aim is to introduce children to reading, but in a fun and entertaining way. Each story is wonderfully illustrated with colourful drawings to help them understand each story's narrative. The stories are not only designed for young children to read on their own, but also for parents, teachers, guardians and babysitters to read to the children and encourage them to use their own ideas to work out solutions to the problem or mystery attributed to each story. Little Stories will keep little sleuths busy! John Rowe lives in Wiltshire, England. He has worked in the television industry for over forty-five years as a researcher, head of programmes and production for a major network, and the job he liked doing the most, producer and director. He is proud to be one of the Emmy-Award winning team behind the internationally acclaimed series "The World at War." During the past fifteen years, he has produced and directed many successful television shows for children, which have been shown on the BBC, Channel 5 and Nickelodeon. He is writing his next children's book, The Casebook of Inspector Sniffabout.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
  • Publish Date: May 2nd, 2013
  • Pages: 92
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 8.50in - 0.24in - 0.40lb
  • EAN: 9781625165428
  • Categories: Fantasy & MagicHumorous StoriesReaders - Beginner

About the Author

Rowe, John: - John Rowe lives in Wiltshire, England. He has worked in the television industry for over forty-five years as a researcher, head of programmes and production for a major network, and the job he liked doing the most, producer and director. He is proud to be one of the Emmy-Award winning team behind the internationally acclaimed series "The World at War." During the past fifteen years, he has produced and directed many successful television shows for children, which have been shown on the BBC, Channel 5 and Nickelodeon.