The Man Who Wore All His Clothes

The Man Who Wore All His Clothes

by Ahlberg Allan (Author), Mcewen Katharine (Author)


One morning Mr Gaskitt puts on all his clothes, Mrs Gaskitt picks up a robber in her taxi, Gus and Gloria have trouble with a teacher. Horace the cat goes to a friend's house to watch TV and the car radio gets things wrong. But then what happens? And why does Mr. Gaskitt wear all his clothes? Find out in this action-packed, fun-filled day in the life of the Gaskitt family.



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More Information

Format: Paperback
Pages: 80
Edition: New
Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
Published: 08 Apr 2002

ISBN 10: 0744589959
ISBN 13: 9780744589955
Children’s book age: 5-7 Years
Prizes: Shortlisted for Blue Peter Children's Book Awards: The Best Book to Read Out Aloud 2002 and Blue Peter Book Award (Best Illustrated Book to Read Aloud) 2002.

Media Reviews
* I can't wait for the next Gaskitt story! Literacy and Learning. [Now you don't have to! The second title, The Woman Who Won Things, also out this month!] * The first in a series about the Gaskitts, who must surely be destined for greatness. The Sunday Times * Huge fun and ideal for early readers. The Independent on Sunday * This book is a joy, made the more so by McEwen's bright, clear, funny and touching pictures, which capture perfectly the Ahlberg humour. Every page is a triumph, text and illustration in partnership drawing the reader on through this romp of a story, which shimmers with life and laughter. Long live the Gaskitts. TES Primary * A delight from beginning to end. The pictures are outstanding and mark the advent of a really inspired illustrator. The Financial Times
Author Bio
Allan Ahlberg is one of the most acclaimed and successful authors of children's books, particularly in partnership with his wife Janet, who died in 1994. Among his numerous classic picture books are The Jolly Postman books: Burglar Bill; Peepo! and Each Peach Pear Plum. Allan's other books for Walker include the Red Nose Readers; The Mysteries of Zigomar; Monkey Do!; Mockingbird; The Bravest Ever Bear; The Snail House; Treasure Hunt and the second in the series about the Gaskitt family, The Woman Who Won Things. Katharine McEwen is the illustrator of the picture book Cows in the Kitchen, several titles in the Walker Brand New Readers series; the Read Me series; and four Sam's Science books.