Bob and Flo: Hide and Seek by Rebecca Ashdown
  

Synopsis

Bob and Flo: Hide and Seek by Rebecca Ashdown

When Bob arrives at nursery, half hidden under his umbrella, it gives his friends Flo and Sam an idea. They should all play a game of hide and seek! Bob is first to hide but his hiding skills need a little bit of practice and he needs some help in understanding how to play the game. Flo and Sam decide to do some pretend baking to give Bob enough time to find a really good place to hide. And it works! The game finishes when Bob emerges from his hiding place just in time for the three friends to tuck into their pretend slices of cake. A beautifully-illustrated story from new talent Rebecca Ashdown, presenting a toddler's-eye-view of the world to help young children everywhere to steer a course through their first friendships. Lots of visual humour to really engage a young audience.

Reviews

'a gentle story, told with lots of visual humour'. The Bookseller 'A lovely story about sharing and imagination, which perfectly reflects the way toddlers behave and think. Perfect to share and read aloud'

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Rebecca Ashdown
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

7th January 2016

ISBN

9780192737151


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