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School for Bandits Library Binding – June 28, 2011
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"The brilliantly funny Shaw takes a novel look at manners ... The pages are jam packed with extra detail and witty jokes" The Bookseller "A bright, funny book with text that curls around and invites you to to read on" parentsintouch.co.uk "Hannah's books are always a delight" -- Sally Bailey Gloucestershire Echo --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
HANNAH SHAW graduated from Brighton University with a BA in illustration and now lives in a tiny Cotswold village with a blacksmith named Ben and with Ren, a crazy, long-legged dog who thinks he is human. Hannah says her town is "very quaint, but nothing happens! Hence, I have to let my imagination run riot."
Sneaky Weasel, the first children's book that Hannah both wrote and illustrated, received two starred reviews. She is also the author/illustrator of Erroll on the Knopf list and the illustrator of The Sleep Sheep by Anna McQuinn and Crocodiles Are the Best Animals of All! by Sean Taylor.
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Hannah Shaw presents a wonderful spin on manners and being nice by creating an environment that encourages bad behavior. She does a very nice job of avoiding the preaching so common in children's books about manners, demonstrating their benefits rather than simply talking about them. Her illustrations are cute, fun, and have a lot to be discovered, encouraging children to read the book again and again.