The Teeny Weeny Genie
Julia Donaldson
Price  699.00
A brilliantly entertaining 'be-careful-what-you-wish-for' tale that's full of farmyard fun – from the bestselling Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Anna Currey in her charming, classic style. Old Macdonald is cleaning out his farmhouse kitchen when he comes across a dusty old teapot. And no one could be more surprised when a wish-granting genie pops out of the spout. Old Macdonald wishes for a wife, who wishes for a baby. A baby who wishes for a dog, who wishes for a cat, who wishes for some mice! It doesn't take long before the farmyard starts getting very busy, and VERY noisy! The poor genie hates noise, and it doesn't look as if things are going to get much quieter any time soon. Will the genie ever get a break from granting wishes, and find some peace? If only there was someone who could grant him a wish . . . The Teeny Weeny Genie is a magical picture book adventure packed with lots of favourite farmyard animals from Julia Donaldson and Anna Currey, creators of Rosie's Hat and One Ted Falls Out of Bed.
ISBN 9781509843602Category ChildrenSubcategory Pre-School & Picture Books
Publisher Pan Macmillan UKImprint Macmillan Children's BooksPublished 07/09/2020
Format OtherBinding HardbackPage extent 32
author note
Julia Donaldson, the 2011-13 UK Children's Laureate, is the prize-winning... »
 
 
 
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