Featured Books, with extracts, by Alison Green
Pinkie Mouse, Where are You?
Alison Green - illustrated by Deborah Allwright
This cheeky hide-and-seek story is tinged with danger as Pangolin and Pinky Mouse get in all kinds of difficulties while they play. Although they have been warned about the dangers of pythons, elephants and crocodiles, the two friends can't resist...
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Format: Paperback | Released 03/10/2011 Info Extract Wishlist Compare price Buy
Mother Goose's Nursery Rhymes
Alison Green - illustrated by Axel Scheffler
This handsome collection is a must for every new born. Eighty eight of the best known nursery rhymes such as Mary had a Little Lamb and Twinkle, Little Star are gathered together alongside some cheerful original short stories.
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Format: Hardback | Released 01/09/2006 Info Extract Wishlist Compare price Buy
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