Where is Fred? by Edward Hardy


Where is Fred? by Edward Hardy

Join in this original and hilarious game of picture book hide-and-seek starring a hungry crow and a fluffy white caterpillar called Fred. Hey, YOU! Yes, YOU reading this! I'm Gerald the crow and I'm looking for a lovely, fluffy white caterpillar called Fred. Have you seen him? I want him for my lunch! You haven't? Are you sure? Then ...WHERE IS FRED? Follow Fred the fluffy white caterpillar as he outwits Gerald the Crow, in a brilliant new picture book about playing hide-and-seek theme. Fun to read aloud and perfect for sharing, this picture book by Edward Hardy, author of Martha, No!, and Ali Pye will keep children and parents entertained again and again.


An original and hilarious take on the popular hide-and-seek theme, which combines visual humour and comically paced text, making it a delight to read aloud. -- Guardian

About the Author

Edward Hardy

Edward Hardy was born in Macclesfield Hospital, Cheshire in 1966. He lives in central London with his wife and two children, Emmanuel and Lilian. He first started writing children's books 8 years ago, when his wife was pregnant with Emmanuel. Before then, he worked as a composer and lyricist for many years. He ran an organisation of musical theatre songwriters and was involved in producing and writing shows. He is
inspired by being with his children, is very good at not acting his age and likes to relax by playing the ukulele.

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Book Info


32 pages
Interest Age: From 2


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Publication date

5th March 2012



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