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Product Description

Julia and Axel: a picture book team made in heaven. As essential as jam on your toast. This iconic pair created the UK’s favourite bedtime story: The Gruffalo. Now they’re sharing even more of their funny favourites with you in this exciting pack. Witty rhymes, adorable pictures and cuddly characters you’ll fall headlong in love with. A joy to share: a brilliant way to catch the reading bug.

  • Witty rhyming classics by the creators of The Gruffalo
  • Five full-size favourites plus one mini book of Zog
  • Julia and Axel are Britain’s top picture book team
  • Julia served as Children’s Laureate from 2011-2013

Product Details

Catalogue number

682 in Summer Primary 2017

Format

Paperback

Date published

March 2nd, 2017

Condition

New

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Author/Illustrator

Julia Donaldson

28274 julia donaldson 1 206749

Axel Scheffler

102097 axel scheffler 1 206750

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