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Thursday, 5 May 2016

Review: Little Creatures Collection

New to the much loved Little Creatures Collection, these two beautifully illustrated board books are about discovering lost things in the most unlikely places.

In The Little Elephant Who Lost His Bath, Little Elephant is hot and grouchy. He longs for a swim to cool down, but his bath is too small or too crowded or too shallow. Young children will love following Little Elephant through the pages as he finally finds the perfect bath.

In The Little Giraffe Who Lost her Spots, Little Giraffe wakes up to find her spots are missing. She tries wearing spotted clothes, painting spots, and even throwing confetti, but Little Giraffe finds nothing can replace her much loved spots. Young children will delight in the twist at the end of the story when Little Giraffe finally finds her spots.

Both books have interactive lift-the-flap features allowing little readers to help the animals on their search. These new board books are a delightful addition to every toddler’s bookshelf.Your toddler will not only enjoy lifting the flaps, but will want to read these stories over and over again.

Title: The Little Elephant Who Lost His Bath (ISBN: 9781760400408)
Title: The Little Giraffe Who Lost Her Spots (ISBN: 9781760400392)
Author/Illustrator: Jedda Robbaard
Publisher: Five Mile Press, RRP $12.95 (each)
Publication Date: May 2016
Format: Hard Cover
For ages: 1+
Type: Board Book, Picture Book

1 comment:

  1. The mouse who lost his Squeak is Miss 6's favourite book of all time. I can't wait to purchase her the whole series.


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