An uplifting story about a bear without a smile from the bestselling creator of Percy the Park Keeper.
When Albert le Blanc arrives in Mr Jolly’s toy shop, the other toys think he’s the saddest-looking bear they have ever seen. They decide to put on a show to cheer him up. Albert tries to tell them he’s not sad, he just looks sad, but they are all too busy making preparations… As a finale, Sally the hippo puts on a lipstick and performs ballet, but she falls on top of Albert and leaves a huge lipstick grin on his face. Everyone laughs…especially Albert!
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One Snowy Night
A lovely book to share at bedtime
‘Children’s Book News’
A heartwarming tale
‘Susan Hill, The Independent’
After the Storm
…look no further for the best present for any child from two to six
‘Susan Hill, The Sunday Times’
The Rescue Party
It’s good for reading aloud to under-fives, and later the six-pluses will still want to read it themselves
‘The Independent on Sunday’
Nick Butterworth was born in Kingsbury, North London. He has worked as a graphic designer for major London design consultancies. Nick then moved into freelance graphics and illustrations, working in partnership with three others, including Mick Inkpen. In 1981 his first children's book was published, B. B. Blacksheep and Company. Nick has also worked as a television presenter on the children's programme Rub-a-Dub-Tub.
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Descrizione libro HarperCollins Children's Books, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110007119704