EDMUND, THE ELEPHANT WHO FORGOT
Kate Dalgleish / Isobel Lundie
lephants always remember. Elephants don’t get it wrong. Elephants always remember. As long as they sing this song!’ Edmund is a very forgetful elephant. When he’s sent to the shops to fetch some things he soon finds that he can’t remember what he was meant to buy, and soon his purchases are getting sillier and sillier. Instead of a frying pan, he collects a snoring gran! Instead of a prickly pear, he gets some spotty underwear! Children will laugh along with this delightful and very funny story from debut author, Kate Dalgleish.
• 265 x 260 mm • 32pp • Interest 3+
• 265 x 260 mm • 36pp • Interest 3+
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BILLY AND THE BALLOONS
illy is a young boy who finds himself floating away through the clouds when he holds a bunch of balloons. Different characters, human and animal, scramble to save Billy, but soon find themselves along for the ride. Will Billy be able to return to Earth and will he be able to use the balloons to help Santa Claus and his tired reindeer to deliver their presents on Christmas Eve? Billy and the Balloons is a festive treat with serious rereadability that children and adults can enjoy together.
Elizabeth Dale / Patrick Corrigan
hen he’d finished, they flew to Billy’s house with their final delivery — for Billy himself ! ‘Thank you, Santa,’ said Billy. ‘Thank you Billy,’ said Santa Claus. ‘It was brilliant that you were tiny enough to help me. You saved Christmas!’ ‘It was great fun!’ said Billy. ‘Don’t eat too many mince pies next year!’ ‘Don’t worry, I won’t!’ Santa laughed.
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