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Product Description

Rhyming fun from the creators of The Gruffalo, now in a sturdy board edition for all you little fans. Santa even pays a visit in this snowy delight! One morning Stick Man goes for a jog, and forgets to watch out for an excited dog. Suddenly Stick Man becomes the stick that the dog wants to use for his favourite trick! Soon Stick Man is carried far away, lost and frozen. How will he get home to his Family Tree again? For Christmas, for bedtime, forever: a rhyme your whole family will love.

“An irresistibly jaunty picture book, spiced with the danger familiar to all those who love The Gruffalo.” Guardian

“Another cracker of a book. Donaldson’s rhymes bound along, like vintage Dr Seuss, while Scheffler’s slyly witty illustrations are a pleasure.” Financial Times

“This is picture-book perfection.” Bookseller

Product Details

Format

Board Book

ISBN

9781407121093

Publisher

Alison Green Books

Date published

May 5th, 2011

Other details
  • 30 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Julia Donaldson

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Axel Scheffler

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  1. Default avatar 807810

    peadar456
    on 7 March 2012

    I loved this book because it ws really catchey and I loved reading it to my brother.

    5out of 5