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Product description

Magical like mermaids. Sweet like sugar. Julia’s rhymes plus Lydia’s blissful art. Do you adore Julia Donaldson’s rhymes? Well, they’re even better when she teams up with top artist Lydia Monks. It’s a match made in heaven: the joy of Julia’s lyrical stories, plus Lydia’s pretty colour pictures. Perfect! Beautiful mermaids. Unicorns who grant wishes. Wizards and brave princesses. Find all those magical things right here. Picture book paradise.

  • Funny and lyrical picture books by a stellar team
  • Rhyming favourites including What the Ladybird Heard
  • Julia Donaldson is the celebrated author of The Gruffalo
  • Lydia Monks is one of the UK’s top picture book artists

Product Details

Format

Paperback

Date published

January 7th, 2016

Condition

New

UK edition

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Author/Illustrator

Julia Donaldson

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  1. eredessa
    on 28 May 2016

    i like it but why is there only two pages and why cant i read thefull book