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by Francesca Simon,Emily Bolam

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Author: Francesca Simon,Emily Bolam
ISBN: 0689820046
Language: English
Pages: 80 pages
Category: Animals
Publisher: Atheneum (October 1, 1998)
Rating: 4.3
Formats: mobi txt lit docx
FB2 size: 1906 kb | EPUB size: 1499 kb | DJVU size: 1853 kb
Sub: Kids

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I’ve never met a child who doesn’t love hearing stories.

It’s a big day for the Potter’s Barn Band – their first concert! But nobody can remember the words. The animals need a plan – and fast! A Potters Barn story. Illustrated by Emily Bolam. I’ve never met a child who doesn’t love hearing stories. It’s a good way of introducing them to books and it’s a great way of getting them to understand stories that they might not be able to read themselves". We all love stories, it all helps making sense of the world". Horrid Henry speaks to the impish, rebellious child in all of us".

Emily Bolam trained at Brighton Art College and is a very successful illustrator of children's books, among them Francesca Simon's MIAOW MIAOW, BOW WOW and Georgie Adams' THREE LITTLE WITCHES (both Orion). She lives and works in Brighton.

Gift book compilation of four Early Reader Potter’s Barn stories, including BILLY THE KID GOES WILD, MISH MASH HASH, CHICKS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN and MOO BAA BAA .

Gift book compilation of four Early Reader Potter’s Barn stories, including BILLY THE KID GOES WILD, MISH MASH HASH, CHICKS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN and MOO BAA BAA QUACK.

Full colour bind-up gift book of four Early Reader farmyard stories - including BILLY THE KID GOES WILD, MISH MASH HASH, CHICKS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN and MOO BAA BAA QUACK. A red Early Reader is the next step on your child's reading journey.

Moo Baa Baa Quack: Seven Farmyard Stories, illustrated by Emily Bolam, Atheneum (New York, NY), 1998. Simon told CA: "I started writing children's books in 1989 after the birth of my son, Joshua. Suddenly all I was reading was books for children, and I started, to my surprise, to get ideas. Camels Don't Ski, illustrated by Ailie Busby, Sterling Publications, 1998. Where Are You?, illustrated by David Melling, Peachtree Publishing, 1998. I wrote my first story when Joshua was four weeks old.

Seven stories introduce youngsters to the animals of a farm--a billy goat, lambs, chicks, and more--and their hilarious antics make great read-aloud fun perfect for enjoying at bedtime.