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Product Description

The best and funniest way to build reading stamina. Allan Ahlberg’s classic comic stories have been a childhood staple for over thirty years. Each book in this easy-read series pairs comical writing with witty illustrations, perfectly pitched for newly independent readers. Encouraging children to see what jobs people do and learn about the relationships between people, these books also offer a warm and upbeat snapshot of family life.

Product Details

Format

Paperback

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Allan Ahlberg

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Allan has been delighting children of all ages for more than thirty years. Classic characters like Burglar Bill and The Jolly Postman have become firm favourites with a generation of children who are now reading them to their own offspring. Innovative, funny and moving, his work encompasses storybooks, picture books, easy readers, joke books and novels as well as poems.

Many of his books were collaborations with his wife, Janet, an illustrator, and they quickly became one of Britain’s leading author/illustrator teams.

Influenced by comics and cartoons, their perfect partnership went on to produce masterpieces including Peepo!, Each Peach Pear Plum and The Baby’s Catalogue.

Janet sadly died in 1994, but Allan has gone on to work with other illustrators and is still producing lots of new books.

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