A Special Something by Jan Fearnley

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A warm, humorous story about a little girl whose mother is about to have a baby, and the strange things that she imagines might be in her mother's tummy.

About Jan Fearnley

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Jan Fearnley, the youngest of six children, grew up near Newcastle, on the north coast of England. From an early age she recognized the power of books and often stayed at home to draw while the rest of the gang went out to play. Before becoming an author and illustrator, she studied graphic design and worked as a teacher, a job that provided her with much inspiration for her books, the best known of which is the internationally acclaimed Mr. Wolf's Pancakes. Jan now lives in London with her husband, Paul, and their two cats, whose hobbies include walking across wet artwork and chatting on the phone to publishers.
Published May 1, 2000 by Disney-Hyperion. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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None of the possible scenarios are encouraging: ""A big fat hippopotamus will take up all the room in the wading pool / and hog all of my toys!"" Of course, when her baby brother finally arrives, the girl discovers that it is possible for a family to have two Special Somethings.

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