Terrible Tim by Katie Haworth

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The mess is good fun, but the story is a bit bland next to the more emotionally intense likes of No, David! and Dinosaur vs. Bedtime.
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A picture book about a terrible, but truly lovable, toddler!

Tim doesn’t mean to be terrible, he just likes to draw . . . on the walls of the house. And he likes to roar . . . at the birds in the yard. He likes to dash through the clothes hanging on the laundry line and splash his mom while she's giving him a bath. He throws his food and stomps down the stairs and knocks down his tower of blocks. But at the end of a hectic day, he also loves to cuddle and snuggle, which isn't so terrible after all!
 

About Katie Haworth

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Katie Haworth is a writer and editor of children's books. Laura Hughes is from Bath, England, and she studied illustration at Kingston University. Since graduating, she has created artwork for books, cards, editorial, homewares, stationary, and more. She currently lives in London. Find out more about Laura at laurahughes-illustrator.co.uk.
 
Published January 1, 2016 by Templar Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.
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on May 14 2016

The mess is good fun, but the story is a bit bland next to the more emotionally intense likes of No, David! and Dinosaur vs. Bedtime.

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