All because of baby Willy, Lulu had to go to the museum. She didn't want to see the dinosaur or those pictures - she wanted to play in the snow. So she sat on a bench and picked her nose. 'That's filthy! Use your hanky not your sleeve!' said a small voice behind her. Before Lulu knew it, she was swept off by two cherubs and taken on a wonderful flying tour of the museum, where she and her new friends rolled in the snow and splashed in the sea, growled at a tiger and even fed crisps to a king's horse!
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"More magical games in paintings for a grumpy girl" (Amanda Craig The Times)About the Author:
Born in Berkshire Posy Simmonds studied French at the Sorbonne before returning to England to attend art school. In the early seventies Posy produced a daily cartoon in the Sun but she is best known for her regular cartoon series in the Guardian during the eighties. In 1987, she embarked on a new career in children's picture books and has produced several best-selling titles including Fred, Lulu and the Flying Babies and F-Freezing ABC. In 2002, Posy received an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for services to the newspaper industry.
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Book Description RED FOX BOOKS (RAND), 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0099451158