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A fantastic story of sticks and imaginative play.
John Hegley is a popular English performance poet, comedian, musician and songwriter. He began his performing career at London's Comedy Store in 1980. His television appearances include Wogan and Never Mind the Buzzcocks and he frequently performs live and is a regular at the Edinburgh Festival. Many of Neal Layton's ideas come from his childhood. In the past he has worked on a lettuce farm, in a chocolate factory, a teapot factory, a book shop and has delivered papers. Neal has illustrated more than 40 books to date. Oscar and Arabella which he both wrote and illustrated won him the Smarties prize in 2002.
This lovely book is simply a 'must have' for all those who want to inspire children's imaginative play... beautifully written. * Early Years Educator * Simply, a lovely book. * School Librarian * Everything a picture book should be. * Irish Times * This book should guarantee hours of imaginative play. * Sunday Times * A book celebrating the power of imagination. Brilliant illustrations by Neal Layton. * Angels & Urchins * '...wonderful rhythmic and a delightfully quirky text.' * The Bookseller * A simple stick becomes the key to Stanley's imagination as it provides endless opportunities for creativity, in this beautifully crafted story about outdoor play. * Baby Hampshire * A book celebrating the power of the imagination. Brilliant illustrations by Neal Layton * Angels & Urchins * Beautifully written ... Stanley is a child many parents will recognise very well indeed * The Bookbag * This book should guarantee imaginative play * The Sunday Times * A must read ... delivers a very important message about material things ... this is, simply, a lovely book * School Librarian * Everything a picture book should be: funny, engaging, slightly odd and utterly original ... A delight from start to finish * The Irish Times *