A Squash and a Squeeze
Julia Donaldson
Price  399.00
What do you do when your house is a squash and a squeeze? Make it feel even smaller! Enjoy this classic story in board book format with a fresh cover design!

''Wise old man, won't you help me, please? My house is a squash and squeeze.''
A little old lady lives all by herself but she's not happy - her house is just too small, even for one. Whatever can she do? The wise old man knows: bring in a flappy, scratchy, greedy, noisy crowd of farmyard animals. When she pushes them all out again, she'll be amazed at how big her house feels!
The brilliantly funny A Squash and a Squeeze was the first ever picture book written and illustrated by the unparalleled picture-book partnership of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, creators of The Gruffalo.
This handy board book format is perfect for younger readers. It features the classic story with a stunning redesigned cover and beautiful finish, making it a must-have for even the smallest Donaldson and Scheffler fans!
Also available in board book format and with striking redesigned covers are:
The Gruffalo, The Gruffalo's Child, Room on the Broom, The Snail and the Whale, The Smartest Giant in Town, Monkey Puzzle and Charlie Cook's Favourite Book.
ISBN 9781509830381Category ChildrenSubcategory Pre-School & Picture Books
Publisher Pan Macmillan UKImprint Macmillan Children's BooksPublished 06/04/2017
Format OtherBinding Board BookPage extent 24
author note
Julia Donaldson, the 2011-13 UK Children's Laureate, is the prize-winning... »
 
 
 
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