A Classic Story for Every Day by
  

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A Classic Story for Every Day by

This is the essential picture book collection to share with every child. Full of much-loved favourites to be returned to time and again from some of the best loved picture book creators of all time. A Classic Story for Every Day contains: Rosie's Walk by Pat Hutchins; Dogger by Shirley Hughes; Mister Magnolia by Quentin Blake; The Giant Jam Sandwich by John Vernon Lord and Janet Burroway; Mrs Pepperpot and the Treasure by Alf Proysen and Hilda Offen; Me and You by Anthony Browne; and The Bear by Raymond Briggs.

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Think of some classic children's picture books and I can almost guarantee you will come up with some of the stories - or, at the very least, the authors represented - in this picture book collection. Full of much-loved favourites to be returned to time and again from some of the best loved picture book creators of all time. ... Beautifully produced and containing all the original illustrations, this is an ideal gift and one that will be treasured. Parents In Touch Here in one volume are seven classic picture books by seven renowned writer/illustrators, beautifully reproduced in their original splendour ... A must for every child's bookshelf. A true delight! Carousel The line-up of celebrated children's writers is so star-spangled that the glow from reading these stories will last for many years - and generations - to come. Driffield Today

About the Author

This treasury contains picture books by some of the best-loved, award-winning and critically-acclaimed authors and illustrators of all time: Pat Hutchins, Shirley Hughes, Quentin Blake, John Vernon Lord and Janet Burroway, Alf Proysen and Hilda Offen, Anthony Browne, and Raymond Briggs

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Hardback
224 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5 To 5

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Publication date

5th September 2013

ISBN

9780857540164


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