The first book in the internationally-beloved Little Wombat series about a playful little wombat exploring and adventuring through the world around him.
Sometimes I like to curl up in a ball, so no one can see me, because I'm so small.
Little Wombat spends a day doing his favourite things: strutting around and around like a pigeon until he falls down, sticking out his tongue and pulling funny faces. And then he jumps as high as he can and sees how much noise he can make when he lands. But when the sun sets and the day ends he does the thing he likes best of all: going back home to his mother and curling into a ball. Good night!
Vicki Churchill is interested in a number of creative pursuits, including photography, art, music and writing. She worked in the photography industry for over 25 years, from assisting to making and teaching photography. Alongside this, she has written a number of bestselling children's picture books, illustrated by Charles Fuge. And 2005 she graduated with a distinction from the PG Cert in Professional Photography, at Central Saint Martins School of Art & Design. Currently, Vicki is studying a part-time MA in Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes, graduating in 2020.
Charles Fuge made his picture book debut in 1988 with Bushvark's First Day Out, which won both the Macmillan Prize and the Mother Goose Award. Since then Charles has illustrated many books, a number of which he has also written. His Little Wombat series has garnered international recognition for its warm and humorous depiction of an iconic marsupial.