Driver Dan's Story Train: The Congo Conga by Rebecca Elgar
  

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Driver Dan's Story Train: The Congo Conga by Rebecca Elgar

This eye-catching, Driver Dan storybook features The Congo Conga , one of the picture books read in the television series. One by one, the jungle animals catch the crazy beat - twisting, twirling, jiggling, jiving, wiggling, waltzing! But there's one tune that really gets their toes tapping, and it's completely crazy! Here, picture books from the TV series are brought to life by Driver Dan and the Story Train characters. Beautiful artwork and an original story will engage young children and emerging readers. They are encouraged to look at the pictures and discuss the action, before re-enacting elements from the story in an entirely natural, entertaining way that will broaden their book experience.

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

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: 2

Author

Rebecca Elgar
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Publisher

Campbell Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

3rd September 2010

ISBN

9780330525091


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