It is very tricky to get things right ALL of the time. Sometimes, I get things a little bit wrong. But it’s not actually always my entire fault. Like when my too-fast-bike whizzed round a corner and I slightly-squished a lady, or when the ghost in my sister’s room accidentally pushed her open diary into my hands . . .
My name is Wendy Quill and this is the story of my slightly awful accidents*.
*don’t worry though – it’s all OK in the end!
‘A lovely, funny new series that stands apart from the competition thanks to the hilarious illustrations drawn by the author’s 11-year-old daughter.’ (Fiona Noble, The Bookseller)
‘Tom Gates watch out, there’s a new comic creation about to hit the shelves – Wendy Quill. Packed with doodle illustrations by the author’s eleven year old daughter Mina, it’s a perfect comic package.’ (TBK Magazine)
‘The three short stories with their extremely clever and amusing illustrations are perfect for young readers starting to tackle books on their own. Family, friendship, and humour combine to make an excellent book, warm, funny and visually appealing.’ (www.parentsintouch.co.uk)
All of the stories were great (ISAPOP (blog))
Great to see another episode in the hilarious stories of accident-prone Wendy Quill. (Parents in Touch)
It’s a great format…The pages are alive with designs, squirly captions, illustrations and wacky font use. (John Lloyd, The Bookbag)
This very busy little book is packed full of wonderful entertaining characters and a protagonist that any young reader can identify with. (Janie Philips, We Love This Book)
‘I didn’t actually mean to slightly squish someone!’