Lucky by David MackintoshLucky by David Mackintosh

Lucky

byDavid Mackintosh

Paperback | April 7, 2015

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We're having a surprise at dinner tonight. but what could it BE? A joyful slice of family life all about what it really means to be lucky.When Mum announces that we're having a surprise at dinner tonight, my brother Leo and I can't help but wonder.What could it BE?Mum says we'll have to wait and see, but Leo and I have some ideas of our own.The award-winning creator of the Roald Dahl shortlisted Marchall Armstrong is New to Our School delivers a tasty and touching slice of family life, in a story all about the benefits of brothers, and what it really means to be lucky.
David Mackintosh has illustrated several books, but this is the first one with a cat flap for a dog in it. He travels light, always stops to admire fountains and has only ever been late for a plane once in his life, and that was just a domestic flight. He loves looking through old magazines in waiting rooms, but can't abide desiccated ...
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Title:LuckyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pagesPublished:April 7, 2015Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0007463049

ISBN - 13:9780007463046

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PRAISE FOR THE FRANK SHOW:"The story delivers a positive message with subversive wit and charm" - The Irish Times"A quirky book that bridges the age gap" - Junior Magazine"Mackintosh's anarchic illustrations are hilarious but there's a serious point about how much the older generation has to offer children, including loads of fun." - The HeraldPraise for MARSHALL ARMSTRONG IS NEW TO OUR SCHOOL:"Utterly unpredictable from one page to the next, this is a seriously funny book." The Independent On Sunday"I think this book is fantastic because I can read it myself and I love the pictures and the way it looks. The story is really, really good and fantastic because it's strange and weird." Child's review on the Guardian's children's book site.