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Product Description

Wobble Bear has just learned to walk on his wibbly-wobbly toes. His crawling days are over, and he walks and walks and walks all through the day! Even when he goes to the park, Wobble walks up the see-saw and walks down the slide. It’s exhausting just watching him! So it’s really no surprise that when bedtime comes, Wobble Bear has finally run out of energy – and a very tired little bear whispers to Mummy, “Can’t walk, too tired, carry me up to bed.” A very lovable little bear is ready to entertain in this fun-filled rhyming story, which will delight toddlers who have just mastered the art of being mobile!

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780192729149

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Date published

January 7th, 2010

Other details
  • 32 pages
Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Ian Whybrow

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Ian Whybrow is the best-selling author of over 100 children’s books, and is best known for his much-loved Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs books. He is now published in 27 languages in 28 countries!

Before he took up writing full time, Ian spent most of his working life in secondary education, mostly as Head of English and Drama and later as Head of Sixth Form.

Ian’s books are full of inventive and original humour and always writes with adult readers as well as youngsters in mind. “I loved being read to as a child,” he says. “And I loved the sense that my mother and father were enjoying themselves too. For me, that’s the acid test for any good book -that there’s something in it for everyone to enjoy.’

Apart from his wife and daughters, his passions – in no particular order – are: Herefordshire, where he retreats to write in a deeply rural Victorian villa; digging; walking with friends; swimming; cycling (especially in France); the poet Stevie Smith; the theatre; books, films and hedgehogs.

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