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Product Description

My oh my! Big elephant tramping, big hippo rolling, big tiger snatching. TRAMP! ROLL! SWAT! But can they catch that pesky fly? In this stunning picture book for the very young, the bigger jungle animals try to use their superior muscle to squish a teeny-weeny fly. But somehow, the cheeky little chap always gets away… Michael Rosen chalks one up for the little guy in a rollicking read-aloud rhyme with an irresistible refrain. The action-packed story is matched by Kevin Waldron’s strikingly dramatic illustrations, using bold perspectives rendered in pencil and gouache.

“A perfect book for reading again and again.” The Bookseller

Product Details

ISBN

9781406330977

Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Date published

June 1st, 2011

Lexile measure

570L Lexiles are the global standard in reading assessment. They are unique as they are able to measure a child and a book on the same scale – ensuring the right book gets to the right child at the right time.

For more details see What is a lexile?.

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 1.1; Lower years; 0.5 points

Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Michael Rosen

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  1. Kcha
    on 12 December 2015

    I think the US cover

    I think the US cover looks amazing! Really stdans out the cover of the story! But I remember picking out The Look’ and thinking that it would be a good book just from reading the blurb. I know You’re never meant to judge a book by its cover, but people do that! And the cover of the UK version speaks inside of the book more, unlike the US one. When I read the book, I read the unexpected. And that’s what made me love it more! The cover didn’t have to speak a lot for me.

    4out of 5

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