Oh Me, Oh My, A Pie! (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
32
Utgivningsdatum
2018-05-03
Förlag
Nosy Crow Ltd
Dimensioner
252 x 277 x 4 mm
Vikt
211 g
ISBN
9781788001038
Oh Me, Oh My, A Pie! (häftad)

Oh Me, Oh My, A Pie!

Häftad Engelska, 2018-05-03
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A hilarious cautionary tale about what happens when you don't say please by bestselling and award-winning author, Jan Fearnley. A nice old grandma bakes a pie, but - oh me, oh my! - that yummy treat is stolen by a greedy fox, then lost and found by a mouse, snatched by a cat, grabbed by a dog, and plucked away by an owl, before landing back on Grandma's table for everyone to share . . . or maybe not! A funny rhyming picture book about the importance of manners A brilliant read-aloud bedtime story that children will love to join in with From much-loved children's author, Jan Fearnley, creator of Little Robin Red Vest and Mr Wolf's Pancakes. Every Nosy Crow paperback picture book comes with a free 'Stories Aloud' audio recording - just scan the QR code and listen along!
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Jan Fearnley is the award-winning author-illustrator of Mr Wolf's Pancakes, Harry and the Jaggedy Daggers and Milo Armadillo among many others. Jan lived in London for many years and now lives in the French countryside with her writer husband, Paul, two cheeky donkeys, five irrepressible rescued goats, who are known as 'The Horn Section,' two cheese-obsessed Limousin hens, five naughty cats - and any other waif and stray who appears at the kitchen door. Edgar and the Sausage Inspector is Jan's first picture book with Nosy Crow. The real Edgar sleeps on a cushion on Jan's drawing table, and he thinks it's only right that Nosy Crow are making a story about him . . .