Driver Dan's Story Train: Hide and Sheep by Rebecca Elgar
  

Synopsis

Driver Dan's Story Train: Hide and Sheep by Rebecca Elgar

In this story, Precious is playing hide and seek with Hip and Hop, but the bell on her tail keeps giving her away. Hip, one of the rabbit twins, has the same problem with her long ears! Luckily, the Counting Sheep are around to show them how it's done. Driver Dan's Story Train is a brilliant new CBeebies television series perfectly pitched for the pre-school audience. Visually distinctive, it features a whole cast of endearing animated characters, each with their own personalised carriage on the Story Train driven by Driver Dan. Already a big hit with parents and children, the series is set to become a classic.

About the Author

Rebecca Elgar is an accomplished author/illustrator, and the creator of the successful TV series Boo!, still playing on CBeebies. Every aspect of Driver Dan's Story Train is carefully researched in terms of children's educational and social development, and springs from Rebecca's conviction that probably the most important thing you can ever do is share a book with a child .

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Book Info

Format

Board book
16 pages

Author

Rebecca Elgar
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Publisher

Campbell Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

7th January 2011

ISBN

9780230753501


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