The Only Lonely Panda by Jonny Lambert
  

The Only Lonely Panda

Written by Jonny Lambert
Illustrated by Jonny Lambert

3+ readers   5+ readers   

RRP £11.99

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Panda cuts quite a comic figure in this story. He desperately wants to make friends with the other panda he spots in the forest, but isn’t sure how. He tries copying the other animals, but dancing like a flamingo, bouncing like a sifaka monkey and prancing like a peacock don’t come naturally to pandas. In the end he makes friends simply by sharing his bamboo. The message is an important one, and it’s a lovely story, full of things that will make children laugh, while the illustrations are gorgeous - bright and bold, the animals glow and shimmer against a silvery-grey background. ~ Andrea Reece

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Synopsis

The Only Lonely Panda by Jonny Lambert

Deep in the dewy forest sits an only, lonely panda bear. I wish I had a friend, Panda sighs, as playful sifakas and graceful flamingos dance around him. But who's that peeking through the bamboo? And can Panda work out how to be her friend? With stunning illustrations from Jonny Lambert (Little Why, Tiger Tiger, The Great Aaa-Ooo), The Only Lonely Panda is a funny and uplifting celebration of friendship and individuality. Perfect for little ones who are learning to make friends at a new nursery or school!

Reviews

Praise for the Great AAA-OOO;

The eerie, inexplicable noise that echoes through the wood gives mouse - and young readers too - a delicious frisson of fear. Eventually all is happily resolved in this picture book, which is perfect for reading aloud. - The Bookseller

With a fun lyrical text, this is a great bedtime story and for reassuring little ones of the dark! - The Bookworm Baby

The most fun book to read out loud. - Winged Reviews

This is a gorgeous story, beautifully illustrated with bright colours set against a black background. - Parents in Touch

Brilliant and such STUPENDOUS fun - a crackingly great read aloud. - Jill R Bennett

Large, stylish, eye-catching illustrations and an enchanting, lyrical text. - Lancashire Evening Post

The Great Aaa-Ooo! has entertaining text and dialogue throughout, as well as exciting action and attractive illustration. It is a book that parents will very much enjoy reading with their children. - Geo Ashton Blog

About the Author

Jonny Lambert

Jonny Lambert grew up in Surrey and always knew he wanted to be an artist of some sort. Encouraged by his art tutor at the Reigate School of Art and Design, Jonny is now an artist of many sorts: a talented illustrator with over 300 titles to his name, designer, paper engineer and most recently, Group Design Director at Templar Publishing. He lives with his wife, daughter and a menagerie of animals in West Sussex.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Jonny Lambert
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

13th July 2017

ISBN

9781848696730

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