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Author: Nick Price,Daniel Postgate
ISBN: 1904442668
Language: English
Pages: 28 pages
Publisher: Chicken House Ltd (June 1, 2009)
Rating: 4.8
Formats: mobi lit azw mbr
FB2 size: 1649 kb | EPUB size: 1557 kb | DJVU size: 1509 kb
Sub: Kids

by Daniel Postgate and illustrated by Nick Price. Sam asks for a snagglegrollop, and his parents indulgently agree. Imagine their surprise when he comes home with one the next day.

by Daniel Postgate and illustrated by Nick Price. Sam’s new pet is a huge, green-furred, horned, trunk-nosed creature that needs a lot of care and attention.

The Snagglegrollop book. Daniel Postgate, Nick Price (Illustrator). The Snagglegrollop takes a lot of looking after - he is very big after all, but he and Sam, have great fun together. Sam wants a dog, but when his dad says no, he decides he'll have a snaggle grollop instead. Sometimes, however, the snaggle grollop seems sad and lonely.

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Every child wants a dog, but what happens when they get a Snagglegrollop instead? This is a bonkers monster-celebration of children's imaginations and the power of play, illustrated by brand-new picture book artist Nick Price.
Comments (3)
Xanzay
I am so excited to have this book for my classroom. Great experience
DABY
When Sam wants a dog or a cat, his parents say no, so he asks them if he can have a "snagglegrollop"; his astonished parents ask him what kind of pet that is, and he replies that he does not know, "I just made it up"; his parents laugh and say yes. The next day, Sam brings home his "snagglegrollop" a pretend pet that takes a lot of upkeep. It is this imaginary pet that enables a shy Sam to finally speak to his schoolmate Emily who he really likes. When Emily tells Sam that her parents won't let her have a cat, he gets up the courage to advise her to ask for a "snagglegrollop". Emily of course asks what kind of pet that is, and when Sam tells her he just made it up, Emily decides that she wants instead a "quibblesnuff". Subsequently, the two pretend pets become friends and leave; only now Sam is brave enough to ask if Emily can come over and play at his house. The delightful illustrations are colorful and comical: the elaborately conceived monsters: one with an elephant trunk, the other has a pig snout, and they both have wings and thin scraggly arms will delight young children. The appealing cover will ensure that this humorous picture book flies off the shelf.
Beabandis
Sam asks his parents if he can have a cat or dog and they say no, so he asks for a Snaggle Grollop. When his parents ask what it is he says he doesn't know he just made it up. Then the next day he returns home from school with one. This is a fun story for the whole family with well done illustrations; a story that will keep children's attentions with fun to be had by everyone with the Snaggle Grollop's assistance.