Storytime: When I Grow Up...
Written by Gill McClean
Illustrated by Gill McClean
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A really fun story about growing up to share with your young child. Children will begin to think what they might want to be when they grow up as they join Fergus, the little pup, as he asks lots of other dogs what he should be. All the answers are different - obedient, friendly, helpful and lots more suggestions too but when he gets home his mother tells him there is one particularly important one...
This is part of our successfull series Storytime which includes What's the Time Wilfred Wolf by Jessica Barrah.
Beautifully illustrated, this series introduces young children to the pleasures of reading and sharing stories. Discussion points for parents and teachers are also included.
Storytime: When I Grow Up... by Gill McClean
Fergus is only a little pup, but what should he be when he grows up? His friends all have different ideas and it seems there's a lot more to being a dog than he first thought! Who will help him decide what to be?
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