Man on the Moon: a day in the life of Bob

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Templar Publishing, Jun 1, 2017 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
2017 is the 15th anniversary of the creation of Bob, Man on the Moon, celebrate with this anniversary edition. Enjoy the stunning artwork Simon Bartram has become famous for. Bob is everyone's favourite man on the moon; follow him on his daily adventures. Bob has a special job - looking after the moon. He keeps it clean and entertains passing space tourists as well as giving guided tours. He knows everything about the moon and that there is definitely no such thing as aliens!

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User Review  - Soozleberry - LibraryThing

Bob has a job which is to look after the moon, people drop rubbish and his job is to tidy the moon. There are lots of aliens but he never sees them. He looks in the crater and he says there's no-one ... Read full review

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User Review  - wpbarrentine - LibraryThing

Whimsical fun story of Bob, the Man on the Moon. He flies to the Moon everyday where he works. Good for change of pace during the day or a treat for good behavior. Read full review

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About the author (2017)

Simon Bartram (Author, Illustrator)
Simon Bartram studied Graphic Design, specialising in illustration, at Birmingham Polytechnic. He has gone on to write and illustrate a number of picture books, including the bestselling Blue Peter Award-winner The Man on the Moon: A Day in the Life of Bob. He has also written a popular series of illustrated fiction books about the adventures of Bob and his dog Barry.

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