From the Author
The Lonely Giraffe was written to illustrate that no one should be an outsider. No matter how tall, or short, or thin, or with purple spots on their faces! Everyone is equal and everyone should be treated with respect. You never know how someone can help you or what good friends they'd make until you make a friend of them. Include everyone in what you do. Not only will you make them feel better, but you'll feel better too! The lonely giraffe was all alone, but when he helped the other animals they realised just what a good friend he made. Maybe it's something that you could try too... Great illustrations show the story in a way that will leave every reader feeling good. A collector's edition that will last a lifetime and be read and enjoyed by every child - young or old - in the world-wide family of readers.
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About the Author
Michael Terry is renowned for his animal illustrations. The Selfish Crocodile, his first picture book , has become a classic, selling over 160,000 copies. Since then he has gone on to illustrate several best-selling animal picture books for Bloomsbury, including Little Hotchpotch, Rhino's Horns, The Sulky Vulture and The Gossipy Parrot. Michael lives in Hythe, Kent. This is Peter Blight's first picture book. He lives in Folkstone, Kent.