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Mess-makers are real, it’s a fact.
A massive mess in every act!
They cause a ruckus! A pandemonium….
They work together and unleash their badness.
No one to fess, so one must guess…
Who on Earth made this mess?
‘A fun and entertaining rhythm ride. A story read with ease, it’s animated illustrations like a look-and-find that keep key young and old eyes alike keen.’Lawrey Goodrick, Author & Illustrator
‘I’m always looking for books that have interesting new words for my kids to learn, are funny so retain their attention and foster their love of reading, have things hidden in the illustrations for the kids to discover, and are short reads. I love a short read that manages to achieve all that. For all of these reasons, Mess Up to Fess Up is one of my all-time-favourite kids picture books. It’s a gem of discoverability. I recommend this one for 3-6 year olds.’Cate Sawer, Author
“A fun romp through an unfortunate household with a mystery mess-making monster. The illustrations are bright and hilarious, the rhymes are catchy and easy to follow along with, and the chaos is real. Mess Up to Fess Up is a delightful read for young kids looking to expand beyond Dr Seuss.”Nita Delgado, Reviewer
A proud Adeladian, currently living in regional Queensland. Sally Lynch is best described as having a number of creative hidden talents. With two busy children, her most creative works are done in the messiest of circumstances, late at night.
Illustrated by Chloe Finnis and Ngaire McLoughlin