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Product Description

A terrific trio of tales from a bestselling team, in which a reluctant little boy discovers that shopping, gardening and swimming trips are full of unexpected (and thrilling) surprises! Albie isn’t always happy about trying new things, such as swimming or helping in the garden. But when he takes the plunge, he often finds that big adventures are in store! A visit to the supermarket gets a wild twist when the shelves turn out to be stacked with animals, while helping in the garden is much more fun when you’re planting dinosaur seeds. Even an ordinary trip to the pool turns out to be full of thrills, sharks and pirates! Follow Albie’s adventures in Caryl Hart’s award-winning series, featuring bold and colourful pictures from Ed Eaves.

“Each page is chock-full of action-packed pictures in this fun adventure.” Junior Magazine

“A jolly book, cheerfully illustrated and packed with bags of fun. Caryl Hart and Ed Eaves have produced a winner here.” Armadillo Magazine

“A pre-school crowd-pleaser with dinosaur battle to boot!” Bookseller

Product Details

Format

Paperback

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Caryl Hart

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Caryl Hart is the award-winning author of fantastic picture books like Supermarket Zoo and Don’t Dip Your Chips in Your Drink, Kate!

As well as being a full time children`s writer, Caryl also runs creative workshops with local schools. She lives on the top of a windy hill in the Peak District with her guitar-playing husband, two cheeky daughters, one extremely fluffy black cat, a goldfish, four hens and an invisible dog called Paddy. She spends her spare time digging her allotment and organising community projects, and going for long walks, especially if they end up at a cafe. Her favourite place is the local library because it`s warm and full of books.

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