Goat and Donkey in Strawberry Sunglasses by Simon Puttock
  

Goat and Donkey in Strawberry Sunglasses

Written by Simon Puttock
Illustrated by Russell Julian

3+ readers   
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Goat and donkey are an absolutely delightful duo who share many a comedic experience and will entertain children and parents everywhere with their antics. Very strong characterization will give readers the immediate feeling of knowing the two characters, the offbeat humour will have you laughing throughout and the strength of friendships between the two shines through perfectly.

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Goat and Donkey in Strawberry Sunglasses by Simon Puttock

When Goat offers to do the grocery shopping, Donkey knows that things might just get a little muddled! He writes out a list so that Goat will know exactly what to buy. But, the market is such a dazzling place. Instead of apples, carrots, cabbages and ice cream, Goat buys a sun hat, a trumpet and a pair of sunglasses decorated with strawberries.

About the Author

Simon Puttock

A former bookseller, Simon Puttock has been writing full-time for several years and his trademark witty characters have earned him a strong reputation in the world of children’s books. As a small child Simon travelled the world with his family, but he has now settled in Scotland.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Simon Puttock
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

7th June 2007

ISBN

9780192725998

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