Pat the Beastie A Pull-and-Poke Book by Henrik Drescher
  

Synopsis

Pat the Beastie A Pull-and-Poke Book by Henrik Drescher

A warning: 'You should never monkey around with a Beastie!' Once upon a time a little boy and girl named Paul and Judy had a pet called Beastie. Unfortunately, Paul and Judy weren't very nice to Beastie. In fact - they were downright naughty. They pulled Beastie's fur and jiggled Beastie's eyes. They tickled his feet and plucked his boogers. 'Always be kind to your pets!' they were reminded again and again - but Paul and Judy never listened. Boy, were they sorry! Artist Henrik Drescher's decidedly wicked parody of Pat the Bunny , is back in a sturdier board-book format and more engaging illustrations. Pat the Beastie is an interactive touch-and-feel, pull-and-poke book that comes with pop-ups, squishers, squeezers, and squeakers - not to mention two brightly colored wormy boogers. Readers will love to join in with the mischievous Paul and Judy as they have fun 'playing' with their pet Beastie, squishing and jiggling and playing peekaboo. (Hey, Beastie deserves some respect!) But after readers see what happens when you cross a Beastie - then he'll FEASTIE! - they'll go scrambling back through the book to make amends.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
11 pages
Interest Age: ages 3 and up

Author

Henrik Drescher
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Publisher

Publication date

20th January 2010

ISBN

9780761156109

Publisher Profile

Workman Publishing is an imprint of Workman

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Workman Publishing Company, a medium-sized independent publisher, is the creator of award-winning calendars, cookbooks, parenting/pregnancy guides, and fun, educational children’s titles.

Publisher's Website

www.workman.com


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