Suitable for 5 - 8 years

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We all love to throw a snowball! But what’s it like to be a snowball? Hmm: I bet you’ve never even thought of that! Well, grab your woolly hat and gloves, because Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet are telling a weird and wonderful story that brings a snowball to life. (Oh snow many giggles!) The snowball is kind of lonely, stuck at the top of a mountain. So he decides to visit the local town. But on his way he trips, falls and starts to roll. Oh dear! What next? A line of washing, a bear on a bike and a confused sheep… Soon this silly story is snowballing totally out of control!

  • A snowy rhyme from this exuberant dream team
  • By the bestselling creators of Supertato and Cake
  • Brilliantly bold artwork paired with witty rhyming text
  • The perfect winter treat for kids who love to laugh lots

Product Details

Catalogue number

5776 in Rewards Catalogue 2019/20

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781509827466

Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books

Date published

October 4th, 2018

Other details
  • 32 pages
Condition

New

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Author/Illustrator

Sue Hendra

9868 sue hendra 1 989448

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