Julia Donaldson x10 Ziplock Pack 2015
Julia Donaldson
Price  1999.00
Featuring much-loved tales like Room on the Broom and The Gruffalo's Child, alongside lesser-known but just as wonderful picture books from Julia Donaldson, like Charlie Cook's Favourite Book and Wake Up Do, Lydia Lou, you know just from the titles alone that this 10-book collection will showcase rolling, rhyming and rhythmic text for very young children in the best possible way. Julia's talents for writing entertaining and enchanting books for children aged 3+ that really capture and hold their attention is like no other. Combining gentle rhyming stories that toddlers can join in with, featuring a host of absolutely lovable characters, and with the help of award-winning illustrators like Axel Scheffler and Nick Sharratt, each one of these books is a total joy to share and read aloud together. A wonderful collection that will install an early love of reading in very young children.
ISBN 9781509801251Category ChildrenSubcategory Children
Publisher Pan MacmillanImprint Macmillan Children'sPublished 01/07/2015
Format PB FormatBinding PaperbackPage extent
author note
Julia Donaldson, the 2011-13 UK Children's Laureate, is the prize-winning... »
 
 
 
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