Oliver Who Travelled Far and Wide by Mara Bergman
  

Oliver Who Travelled Far and Wide

Written by Mara Bergman
Illustrated by Nick Maland

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Winner of the Pre-School Award, Early Year Awards 2009

Through the terrific rhyming text and bold illustrations Oliver discovers that, though small, he is indeed mighty as he lives through his fears in this glorious, rollicking work of imagination. A picture book to be revisited time and time again to join in with Oliver on his marvellous adventures.

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Oliver Who Travelled Far and Wide by Mara Bergman

Oliver Donnington Rimington-Sneep Tossed and turned and woke from his sleep. Though Bat and Owl and Fox were there Ted didn't seem to be anywhere. Poor Oliver has lost his Ted and must make a journey far and wide to find him before he can go to sleep. Beautifully illustrated this is a fantastic journey of the imagination - and another perfect bedtime read.

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Beautifully crafted from the first to the last page...a charming and captivating bedtime read INIS (Ireland) Lovely to look at, the book reads well aloud and will be listened to attentively School Librarian Has all the elements one could hope for

About the Author

Mara Bergman

Mara Bergman is an editor at Walker Books. She lives in England.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Mara Bergman
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Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

3rd June 2010

ISBN

9780340981641

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