Author(s): Anne Fine
Lily wants to bring in something really special for Show and Tell. But she doesn't want her chocolate bunny nibbled or her puppets' strings to get tangled. They're not allowed to bring in computer games, so Lily brings in a stone from the garden. She can't think of a single exciting thing about it, until she decides that it moves! Nearly everyone believes her - some even claim they saw it move too!
Anne Fine has won the Smarties Book Prize, the Guardian Children's Fiction Award and the Carnegie Medal (twice), and has twice been voted Children's Author of the Year. Her books include The Haunting of Pip Parker (978-1-4063-0615-6), How to Cross the Road and Not Turn Into a Pizza (978-0-7445-9034-0), Care of Henry (978-1-84428-149-7) and Nag Club (978-1-84428-940-0). She lives in County Durham. Katharine McEwen is the illustrator of the award-winning Gaskitts series by Allan Ahlberg, as well as numerous other picture books. She lives in Kent.