Whale Gets Stuck by Karen Hayles
  

Whale Gets Stuck

Written by Karen Hayles

3+ readers   
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Whale’s playground is the icy seas and he is fearless as he ducks and dives among the waves. But, when Whale gets stuck on an iceberg, the sea seems a less happy place. How will whale get off? His friends heave and ho to try to get him back in the water but Whale is too heavy. Maybe he’ll be stuck there forever. Luckily, Whale gets the help he needs in the nick of time.

From the same illustrator that brought you Gilbert the Great.

Synopsis

Whale Gets Stuck by Karen Hayles

Whale loves diving in and out of the ocean waves until ...SLAP! He lands on an ice floe and can't get off again. Poor Whale is stuck! His friends try to push him back into the water but Whale is much too heavy. It looks like Whale might be stuck forever. But then something surprising happens...

About the Author

Karen Hayles is the author of several picture books. Whale Gets Stuck is her first collaboration with Charles Fuge. Karen lives in Bath with her family.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback

Author

Karen Hayles
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

6th May 2008

ISBN

9781847382115

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