A Bit Lost.. Chris Haughton

(11 Posts)
HappyJoyful Wed 26-Jun-13 11:00:54

ohhh arbitary that would be ace, sadly am far too far away in the south of England! thanks for info though, will have to keep an eye out to see if he heads this way.

FYI, Chris haughton is doing a children's event at the Edinburgh book festival in August. Tickets have only just gone on sale.

HappyJoyful Fri 21-Jun-13 11:06:21

Am liking the Penguin - another on the list! Thank you.

Here's the very beautiful very expensive rug

designmuseumshop.com/catalogue/home/a-bit-lost-owl-rug

and the 'owl' lovely and far more affordable for anyone loving the book!

chrishaughton.com/online-shop/

MrsMarigold Wed 19-Jun-13 21:25:14

I have to look out for the rug and owl! Apparently Chris Haughton lives near my sister in law and she met him at an open studio afternoon.

Penguin by Polly Dunbar, about a child who receives a penguin as a gift. It's a bit bizarre, but I liked that and it has a good refrain ("Penguin said nothing") and simple but expressive pictures of the child and the penguin.

And the lion <<spoiler>>.

DS2 loves the oliver Jeffers books. Stuck is, indeed, funny. DS2 adores that the penguin pops up again in other 'boy' books too.

HappyJoyful Wed 19-Jun-13 15:15:27

Ahh MrsMarigold, what fine taste you and your son have! Am glad I'm not the only one.. DD is 2 and half.

Every night.. uh ohh, bump, bump, bump. I confess to googling the guy and eyeing up expensive rugs in the same design in the Design Museum, though that reminds me - must buy the owl! (far more affordable then the rug!)

MrsMarigold Wed 19-Jun-13 11:51:10

This is our favourite book at the moment along with Oh No George! How old is your DD my DS is two and talks about it constantly.

HappyJoyful Wed 19-Jun-13 11:24:14

I'm on the case!

schmalex Fri 14-Jun-13 15:20:31

Oh No George! is good, also by Chris Haughton.

How about something by Oliver Jeffers? Stuck is funny.

HappyJoyful Thu 13-Jun-13 15:42:18

I think me and dd are in love with this book.

Well deserves it's prizes.

Would love to find others with similar books with quirky illustrations and similarly simple repeated story that dd and I can enjoy together - Any suggestions?

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