My Tail’s Not Tired

Posted in Age-o-Meter: 3-5, Scare-o-Meter: 1

SNATCH A STORY

 
Nothing more frightful at bedtime than a tail that is just not tired!


 

THE WICKED READ

 
My Tail’s Not Tired
By Jana Novotny-Hunter
Illustrated by Paula Bowles
Published by Child’s Play-International
Age Range: 2 – 5 Years

How can any little monster possibly go to bed when their tail isn’t even tired? And when their knees still have plenty of bounce in them? And when their arms still want to fly like a jet plane? Bedtime is surely a long way off! Luckily, Big Monster has a strategy to outwit Little Monster, with the inevitable result! A humorous and charming bedtime story that adults and children will love to read – and play out – again and again.
 

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THE CREEPY CREATORS

 
Jana Novotny Hunter was born in Czechoslovakia and grew up in England. A graduate of Hornsey College of Art, she spent many years in America where she worked as a Textile Designer, Teacher, Writer and Mum. Jana has written over forty books for children, including Read My Lips, the prize-winning story exploring the communication choices of a Deaf girl. As a Conference Speaker and Lecturer, Jana focuses on the relationship between image and text in picture books, an expertise that has led to becoming an editor as well as a reviewer. At home with kids, whatever their age, Jana loves to visit schools and libraries or run writing workshops. Her lively presentations are popular with both teachers and pupils, offering the kind of fun in learning which enhances and supports the National Curriculum.
 
Paula Bowles grew up in a house full of animals, and spent much of her time drawing and making comics with her brother. Having discovered she could actually do drawing as a job, she studied illustration at Falmouth College of Arts, graduating in 2005. She now lives and works as a freelance illustrator in Bristol, UK. Paula has illustrated books for publishers like Bloomsbury, The National Trust and Random House. She loves drawing cute, funny characters and writing her own stories too. When she’s not illustrating or writing, she likes swing dancing, cycling and playing the piano.