Bod and the Cherry Tree by Michael Cole
  

Synopsis

Bod and the Cherry Tree by Michael Cole

Here is Bod in autumn. All around him the leaves are changing colour and falling. Aunt Flo is sad to see the leaves falling from her cherry tree, but Bod soon thinks of a way to cheer her up. Bod was originally published in the 1960s and was adapted into a BBC television series that aired in 1975. The wit and serene charm of Bod have delighted children and adults alike ever since. Parents will love sharing their favourite childhood character with the younger generation. Bod is the perfect read for children aged 4 and up. Have you got all of Bod's Adventures? Bod and Breakfast; Bod and the Cake; Bod and the Cherry Tree; Bod in the Park; Bod on the Beach; Bod's Apple; Bod's Dream; Bod's Present. Husband and wife Michael and Joanne Cole created numerous award-winning children's TV programmes for the BBC, including Fingerbobs, Bod and Ragtime, which featured illustrations by Quentin Blake.

Reviews

Simply delightful Children's Book of the Week -- Alex O'Connell The Times A blast from the past Independent

About the Author

Husband and wife Michael and Joanne Cole created numerous award-winning children's TV programmes for the BBC, including Fingerbobs, Bod and Ragtime, which featured illustrations by Quentin Blake.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Michael Cole
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Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd an imprint of Egmont UK Ltd

Publication date

30th July 2015

ISBN

9781405277532


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