Freya has an appetite as fine as can be until one day she declares, Your dhal and rice are just t nice. She spurns baked beans, sausages, and soon she's very thin indeed. Mum, in despair, phones Grandma Clare. We'll sort her, says Grandma, the fussy little beast. So off Freya goes for a fabulous feast and a lesson she will never forget.
Katharine Quarmby is a well-respected journalist who has written for many publications, including The New Statesman and Prospect magazine. This is her first book for Frances Lincoln. She lives in North London. Piet GroblerA grew up on a farm in Limpopo, South Africa. After working as a church minister, he made a career in illustration and now lectures at the University of Worcester. He is the recipient of many international illustration awards, including the IBBY Honours List. His books for Frances Lincoln include The Great Tug of WarA (9781845070557),A Aesop's Fables (9781847800077) and Who Is King? (9781847805140) with Beverley Naidoo,A Fussy Freya (9781845075118) with Katharine Quarmby,A The Magic Bojabi Tree with Dianne Hofmeyr (9781847805867) andA All the Wild WondersA (9781847806260)A and A is Amazing (9781847805133)A with Wendy Cooling.