London (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
Author Teresa Dewhurst, fond of creating rhymes and songs on a weekly basis, reveals an entertaining picture book that will surely captivate the children’s imagination. “Slug” tells an entertaining tale about one playful slug which gets on day by day with its love of eating.
Slugs were often portrayed as a nuisance by garden owners, and the latter often resort to its deliberate extermination. In this charming and lively picture book however, a slug took the center stage. Children will love to follow the tale of this mischievous slug which only lives to eat. He feasted on a garden when he believed that no one is about. He had grown all fat and bloated because of eating too much.
One day, he went to his favorite spot in the abundant garden and had his fill of peas, pears and all the other vegetables that he could get his mouth on. He was leaving his slime everywhere, but he was quite contented in appeasing his overpowering hunger. When he thought he had enough, he went to the nearby pond to drink some water. When he leaned on, he got a glimpse of his reflection. He looked so bloated and ugly. It was an unfortunate event because he fell down into the pond where a duck was having a time of its life. Will he be the duck’s dinner this time? Was it the end for this naughty slug?
Filled with colorful and vibrant illustrations and accompanied with rhyming narrative, “Slug” will definitely captivate the readers’ attention and give them a story they would not want to miss.
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About the Author
Teresa Dewhurst is a teacher with responsibility for music in a small school in Sunderland in the north of England. To entertain her three children, when they were young, she produced a series of illustrated story books featuring her family and pets. It is her work with the younger children that inspires the writing of rhyming verse, action songs and musicals. She is an avid gardener and she cultivates a large allotment. It is the reason why she always searches for ways of suppressing pests without resorting to weed and insect killers.
SLUG * by Teresa Dewhurst
Publication Date: September 23, 2013
Picture Book; £15.99; 28 pages; 978-1-4836-9035-3
Picture Book Hardcover; £25.99; 28 pages; 978-1-4836-9036-0
eBook; £3.99; 978-1-4836-9037-7
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