Martine Oborne Hamilton's Hats

ISBN 13: 9780230014817

Hamilton's Hats

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Hamilton the Pig is very fond of hats - big hats, small hats, tall hats and suitable-for-every-and-any-occasion sort of hats. Hamilton loves hats so much his mum starts to worry that he's a very vain little pig. Little does she know that Hamilton's favourite hats will teach him some very important lessons!

Hamilton's Hats by Martine Oborne is a wonderfully funny tale, illustrated by Axel Scheffler, the award-winning creator of The Gruffalo.

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The story of one little pig and lots of hats!

About the Author:

Martine Oborne is a former financial director who now owns two children's gift shops. She has written several successful books for both adults and children including, for Macmillan, One Gorgeous Baby.

Axel Scheffler is a star illustrator within the children's book world, and has created many prize-winning and bestselling books for Macmillan. He is best known for his picture book collaborations with Julia Donaldson, which include the modern classic The Gruffalo and its sequel The Gruffalo's Child, but has also illustrated many fantastic novelty and gift books.

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Martine Oborne
Published by Macmillan Children's Books (2008)
ISBN 10: 023001481X ISBN 13: 9780230014817
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