What the Ladybird Heard at the Seaside
Julia Donaldson
Price  599.00
Join everyone's favourite crime-busting ladybird on a trip to the seaside as she saves the day with another cunning plan in the fourth story in the brilliantly funny What the Ladybird Head series, with glitter on every page. The clever little ladybird is off on a trip to the seaside, but those two bad men, Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len, are also back and they're up to their wicked ways again. This time they're planning to steal the mermaid's long, fair hair and sell it to a famous star . . . luckily, the crime-busting ladybird has another cunning plan to stop the thieves! With a cast of wonderful sea creatures, including a magical mermaid, and plenty of seaside fun, What the Ladybird Heard at the Seaside is a brilliant rhyming adventure from the stellar picture book partnership of Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks. Enjoy all the stories from Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks: Sharing a Shell, The Princess and the Wizard, The Rhyming Rabbit, The Singing Mermaid, Sugarlump and the Unicorn, Princess Mirror-Belle and the Dragon Pox, The Girl, the Bear and the Magic Shoes, What the Ladybird Heard, What the Ladybird Heard Next and What the Ladybird Heard on Holiday.
ISBN 9781529023145Category ChildrenSubcategory Pre-School & Picture Books
Publisher Pan Macmillan UKImprint Macmillan Children's BooksPublished 16/06/2020
Format OtherBinding HardbackPage extent 32
author note
Julia Donaldson, the 2011-13 UK Children's Laureate, is the prize-winning... »
 
 
 
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