All is quiet on the farm. The animals are fast asleep. Until Dog starts to snore! One by one, the other animals try to stop him: Sheep says Boo! the piglets giggle and Cat even tries to sing. But Dog snores on until morning, when, fresh as a daisy, he wakes up ready for a new day. By then, the other animals are so tired, all they can do is SNORE!
This is a re-issue in a larger format and with a new cover, of the successful paperback, SNORE! It is companion title to OWW!!, also by Michael Rosen. Both books tell simple stories of life in the farmyard for children just ready for their first picturebook. Michael Rosen easy-to-read stories and poems, full of fun and drama are agelessly popular with both the youngest children and their parents.
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Michael Rosen is well-known as a poet and broadcaster. Initially he became known in the children’s book world for making poetry fun and accessible to thousands of children through collections like Quick, Let’s Get Out of Here and Don’t put Mustard in the Custard. Michael has devoted his life to entertaining children with his writing and performances and to informing teachers, librarians, parents, publishers and government agencies of the importance of supporting children’s books.Review:
Praise for ‘Oww’:
‘Rosen’s use of rhythm and repetition and the cumulative story-style will ensure even the youngest reader can engage with the text. The illustrations are charming and full of fun, each animal expressively drawn.’ Books for Keeps
Praise for ‘Snore!’:
‘Ideal for bedtime entertainment. Langley’s illustrations are delightful and larger than life.’ The Guardian
‘From start to finish this book bristles with energy and humour, while the illustrations are just delightful.’ Our Baby
‘This superb book is packed with sounds and fun.’ Mother and Baby
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Buchbeschreibung Harpercollins UK. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - 31 Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780007160310