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Bridget Fidget never stops, she's a girl in a whirl all the time, especially when something arrives one morning in a big box. Just think how exhausting it is for both mum and dad to have a child that never stops. Is there anything in the world that can help bridget be less of a fidget?
One morning, a giant surprise box arrives. Quick as a flash, Bridget Fidget is out of bed and downstairs. It must be - a unicorn! Just what Bridget has always wanted. But the big box seems to be full of smaller boxes. Could it be a penguin? Or maybe just...a mouse?
|Publication date:||4th September 2008|
|Publisher:||Puffin Books an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Early Years|
Selected as a Booktrust Best New Illustrator of 2011. Joe Berger grew up in Bristol, where he did an Art Foundation at Bower Ashton. He then worked as a freelance illustrator for a large number of international magazines and newspapers, self-publishing comic books, illustrating and designing book covers, making award-winning animated shorts, title sequences and commercials and, since May 2003, co-writing and drawing a weekly comic strip in The Guardian. He continues to freelance, and his first picture book, Bridget Fidget, was published by Puffin. Most recently he has illustrated Dot by Randy Zuckerberg and Superhero Dad by Timothy Knapman. Joe was ...More About Joe Berger