Fairytales Gone Wrong: Don't Pick Your Nose, Pinocchio!
Written by Steve Smallman
Illustrated by Neil Price
Part of the Fairytales Gone Wrong Series
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There are two big lessons to be learned in this new take on the favourite fairy tale: don’t tell lies – we all know what happens to Pinocchio when he tells an untruth – and don’t pick your nose! The fairy who brings Pinocchio to life warns him against both these things, but he can’t resist rummaging around in his nose for bogies, and then denying it when accused! At last Jiminy Cricket arrives and with his help, Pinocchio mends his ways. Part of a picture book series that teaches children about hygiene, this certainly gets its message across and in a fun but effective way. ~ Andrea Reece
Fairytales Gone Wrong: Don't Pick Your Nose, Pinocchio! by Steve Smallman
Learn the importance of good hygiene with this hilarious story all about bogies! In Don't Pick Your Nose, Pinocchio! everytime Pinocchio picks his nose he lies to Gepetto about doing so and his nose grows! Mr Cricket arrives to help distract Pinocchio and keep his fingers busy, but when Pinocchio accidentally pushes Mr Cricket up his nose, he learns a big lesson! Don't Pick Your Nose, Pinocchio! is one title from the Fairytales Gone Wrong series. This series is a welcome addition for parents looking for picture books with a message.
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20th May 2016
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