Bob and Flo and the Missing Bucket by Rebecca Ashdown
  

Synopsis

Bob and Flo and the Missing Bucket by Rebecca Ashdown

Flo, a little penguin, arrives at nursery with her packed lunch: a new pink bucket of shiny fish. Bob is fascinated by Flo's bucket and he puts it on his head! Then he uses it to make sandcastles, to reach the top of his block tower, as a drum-kit. In fact he's so creative in how he uses Flo's bucket that it takes her some time to track it down. But when she does the bucket becomes more useful than it's been all day - it becomes the object that brings Bob and Flo together as the best of friends! A beautifully-illustrated story from new talent Rebecca Ashdown, presenting a toddler's-eye-view of the world to young children everywhere steering a course through their first friendships. Lots of visual humour to really engage a young audience.

Reviews

'Get a toddler's view of life at nursery through this engaging story...A charming story, delightfully illustrated.'

'Delightfully simple illustrations and a lovely sweet story.'

's Books 'simply written with instantly appealing characters and bright, humorous pictures'

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Rebecca Ashdown
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Publisher

Publication date

5th February 2015

ISBN

9780192737137


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