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by Caroline Jayne Church,Simon Puttock


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Simon Puttock is the author of more than twenty books for children. Caroline Jayne Church is an award-winning artist who has illustrated many children's books, including Little Apple Goat and One Smart Goose.

Simon Puttock is the author of more than twenty books for children. He was born in New Zealand and grew up traveling the woorld before becoming a bookseller and then, ultimately, a writer. He lives in Scotland. You can visit him online at ww. imonputtock. She also runs a greeting card business and makes her own paper, which was used to create the illustrations in this book. She lives in England.

ARRROOO! Poor Little Lost Cowboy . He's strayed away from his mummy, and cannot find her anywhere. Caroline has a strong sales track record: her previous book for OUP, Hungry Hen has sold over 30,000 copies worldwide. Simon Puttock is an increasingly high profile author and publishes with Macmillan and Egmont - this is his first book for OUP.

Little Lost Cowboy book. Simon Puttock (Goodreads Author), Caroline Jayne Church (Illustrator). Poor Little Lost Cowboy. He's strayed away from his mummy, and can't find her anywhere. At last he meets a toad who gives him some very sound advice - stay put, and your mummy will find you. Get A Copy.

Church, Caroline, illustrator.

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Simon Puttock, Caroline Jayne. Are you sure you want to remove Little Lost Cowboy from your list? Little Lost Cowboy. by Simon Puttock, Caroline Jayne Church. Published November 3, 2005 by Oxford University Press.

Little Lost Cowboy by Simon Puttock and Caroline Jayne Church won the 0-7 years category of the Royal Mail Awards for Scottish Children's Books. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by JK Rowling came first in the 8-12 years category

Little Lost Cowboy by Simon Puttock and Caroline Jayne Church won the 0-7 years category of the Royal Mail Awards for Scottish Children's Books. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by JK Rowling came first in the 8-12 years category. Roxy's Baby by Catherine MacPhail won the 13-16 age group. Listening to Scottish school children talk about, argue and enthuse over the books in the last few months has been an exceptionally rewarding experience.

1. Little Apple Goat. Church, Caroline Jayne. Published by OUP Oxford (2007).

For OUP: Wobble Bear, Wobble Bear Says Yellow (written by Ian Whybrow), Hungry Hen (written by Richard Waring), Little Lost Cowboy (written by Simon Puttock) Pond Goose, Scruff Sheep For other publishers: Do Your Ears Hang Low?, Dear Bunny (Chicken House), Mouse in the Marmalade (Hodder), Tortoise in the Toilet (Hodder) Pond Goose was shortlisted. for the 2005 Early Years Book Award Little Lost Cowboy has been shortlisted for the 2006 Royal Mail Awards for Scottish Children's Books. 1. ISBN 10: 0192791648 ISBN 13: 9780192791641.

books written by Mr Simon Puttock. Little Lost Cowboy - with Caroline Jayne Church. Published by Oxford University Press. The Little Old Lady Who Cried Wolf - with Nicola Slater. Where's the wolf?" asked the fire chief. well," said the Little Old Lady, "He's just nipped out to play Bingo. Published by Macmillan Children's Books. The Love Bugs - with Russell Ayto.

Caroline Jayne Church was brought up in Oxford and studied Graphic Design at a London college in the early eighties. A wittily told and stylishly illustrated story about a little lost coyote. Simon Puttock and Caroline Jayne Church. She has worked in every field of illustration but has specialized in children's book illustration for the last ten years.

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ARRROOO! Poor Little Lost Cowboy. He's strayed away from his mummy, and cannot find her anywhere. As he searches for her he bumps into a cactus, bumps his bottom, and finally bumps himself into a hole. Ouch! At last he meets a kindly toad who gives him some very sound advice - stay put, and your mummy will find you. Caroline has a strong sales track record: her previous book for OUP, "Hungry Hen" has sold over 30,000 copies worldwide. Simon Puttock is an increasingly high profile author and publishes with Macmillan and Egmont - this is his first book for OUP.

Comments: (5)

Mozel
3 year old daughter loves this book!
Haal
My kids and I love this book. It's about a cute little coyote that's lost. He stumbles around and finally finds his mom. It is exceptionally sweet and funny. Highly recommended for kids from 2 to maybe 10.
Alsalar
I bought this for my granddaughter and I was not disappointed. It is cleverly written and will appeal to children as well as the adults who read it to them. It is a refreshing change from the cookie cutter rhyming stories that we see so much of. And the pictures are precious.
Hanad
Funny, funny stuff here! Give it a go! What do you have to lose -- it's a great story with a good message and it is fun to read with the youngsters.
Shem
My 2 year old loves this book. We read it once at the library and she talked about it the rest of the day. It has enough repetition that toddlers will love it, without being overly boring for adults. It probably has a pretty narrow age range, I don't think kids much younger than 18 months or older than 3 years would enjoy it. Cowboy Coyote has various misadventures trying to get home, until finally he howls long and loud and Mommy Coyote finds him by following her "ears and her heart". Fun for kids to howl along with too.
Little Lost Cowboy download epub
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Author: Caroline Jayne Church,Simon Puttock
ISBN: 0192791923
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: 4.8 out of 5 stars
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (November 3, 2005)
Pages: 32 pages