Ugenia Lavender and the Terrible Tiger

Ugenia Lavender and the Terrible Tiger

by Geri Halliwell, Rian Hughes

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Overview

Thoughtful, brave and sassy, Ugenia Lavender is one amazing kid. With bags of energy, heaps of attitude and brainwaves like thunderbolts of lightning, Ugenia leaps into adventures that are not only full of fun, but which also contain a great message: that every child is special and capable of great things! With three stories, plus Ugenia’s Big News, Top Tips and extra puzzle pages in each book, UGENIA LAVENDER will delight children and adults alike. In Book 2, Ugenia battles a rival for the role of leading lady in the class play, rescues a fearsome tiger from the circus, and discovers that popularity isn’t always quite what it’s cracked up to be!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780230737501
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Publication date: 09/04/2008
Series: Ugenia Lavender , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 5 - 7 Years

About the Author

Geri Halliwell shot to fame in the Spice Girls, a global music phenomenon selling over 55 million CDs. In 1998 Geri went solo, recording three bestselling albums. Counting both her solo career and her Spice Girls years, Geri has had thirteen number-one UK singles. Geri has travelled widely as a UN Goodwill Ambassador, taking special interest in issues affecting women and children. She has also published two bestselling autobiographies. She lives in London with her baby, Bluebell Madonna. STOP PRESS: Hot from the Spice Girls World tour!

Rian Hughes is an award-winning graphic designer illustrator, comic artist, writer and typographer who has worked extensively for the British and American advertising, music and comic book industries.

He has written and drawn comics for 2000AD and Batman: Black and White, and designed logos for James Bond, The X-Men, Superman, Hedkandi and The Avengers.

His illustrations have appeared in magazines in the UK, UK and Japan, and a retrospective monograph collecting his work, Art, Commercial, was published in 2001.

Recent books include I Am A Number, Cult-ure: Ideas Can Be Dangerous, Logo a Gogo and Lifestyle Illustration of the ’50s. His comic strips have been collected in Yesterday’s Tomorrows and Tales from Beyond Science, and his burlesque portraits in Soho Dives, Soho Divas.
www.rianhughes.com

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