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Axel Scheffler Rhyming Stories: Pip the Dog and Freddy the Frog

Suitable for 0 - 2 years

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Product description

Cuddly animal stories full of things to spot. Rhyming joy in Axel’s wonderful world. Pip is a pup with a very loud bark. He scares all the cats when he strolls through the park! Freddy’s a frog with goggly eyes. He’s small and fat, and he loves catching flies. Meet Pip and Freddy in two adorable tales full of noisy fun to rhyme out loud. PS: think the pictures look a bit familiar? Well, Axel Scheffler is the genius artist who illustrated The Gruffalo and Stick Man. Even more reason to buy this!

  • Beautifully illustrated rhyming tales to read aloud
  • Full of noisy animal antics and witty details to spot
  • Axel has illustrated several Julia Donaldson classics
  • These include The Ugly Five, Zog and The Gruffalo
  • He also writes his own adorable Pip and Posy stories

Product Details

Catalogue number

45 in EU Primary September 2019

Format

Board Book

ISBN

9781447268246

Publisher

Campbell Books Ltd

Date published

June 5th, 2014

Other details
  • 20 pages
Condition

New

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