You'll Soon Grow Into Them, Titch

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Puffin Books, 1985 - Brothers and sisters - 30 pages
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When Titch needed new trousers, he got his older brother's. "You'll soon grow into them," his older brother said. When Titch needed a sweater, his sister offered her old one. "You'll soon grow into it," sha said. But then Mother decided Titch needed some new clothes, and it was Titch's turn to say, "You'll soon grow into them."

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User Review  - Batsneedfriendstoo - LibraryThing

Titch was the youngest child, out of three, that outgrew his clothes. He ends up getting new clothes in time for his mom to bring home the new baby. I like how Titch's wardrobe is problem-solved in this book. Ages- 3-6 Source- Pierce County Library Read full review

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User Review  - voeghtlyam - LibraryThing

This book describes the story of a boy who needs new clothes because he outgrew them. Although the rest of his family is willing to share this does not help him because they are his sisters. He is ... Read full review

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About the author (1985)

Pat Hutchins was born Patricia Goundry on June 18, 1942 in Yorkshire, England. In 1958 at the age sixteen, she won a scholarship to attend the Darlington School of Art, where she studied for three years. Then she attended the Leeds College of Art, where studied illustration. After graduating in 1962, she moved to London. She worked as a junior art director at the J. Walter Thompson advertising agency. She met her husband there and after they were married, her husband was transferred by the advertising company to head up its New York office. While in New York, she met the editor-in-chief of the children's department at Macmillan, who encouraged her to write and illustrate her own story. Her first book, Rosie's Walk, was published in 1968 and was a 1968 ALA Notable Book. She wrote more than 40 books for young readers including Titch, Don't Forget the Bacon!, 1 Hunter, Good-Night, Owl!, and The Doorbell Rang. In 1974, The Wind Blew won the Kate Greenaway Medal. She died on November 7, 2017 at the age of 75.

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