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The naughty corner by Colin Thompson

The naughty corner

by Colin Thompson

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A humourous look at the naughter corner that people are sent to. Why is it so interesting compared to those in the 'god' black and white camp. Colin Thompson adds more to the illustrations so look carefully at what's in the naughty corner on each page. Intereting how the mum page is always grey and the naughty corner is brightly coloured. While each page is a double page spread the text is always on the left hand page and the main part of the illustration is on the third of the right hand page near the gutter. Don't for get to look at Monique the yellow-bird of maybe on the barcode on the back cover. ( )
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Sometimes it gets pretty crowded in the naughty corner ... Babies George and Cleopatra, 14-year-old Peter, 38-year old Brian, Nigel the cat, Credence the dog, and Monique, the yellow bird all of them have spent time in the naughty corner. It's meant to make them think about their behaviour, but they've turned it into a place to have fun.… (more)

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